Robbie Williams will release two albums in 2023.

The ‘Rock DJ’ hitmaker has revealed that he has a slew of songs recorded for his side project Lufthaus, but he wants to keep it as a “live entity” for the time being.

However, fans can look forward to plenty of new music from the former Take That member in the coming months.

“I have two albums coming out pretty soon,” he teased. I have a stash of new Lufthaus merchandise. I could do three albums as Robbie Williams, but new material is constantly being written, and you get excited about it. I’d like to release an album before the summer.”

The 48-year-old pop star has several plans for future releases, including a follow-up to his 2006 dance LP ‘Rudebox,’ which featured the Pet Shop Boys and was produced by Mark Ronson.

“I’m not sure if there will be a Lufthaus album,” he continued, explaining his plans for the band. We (Lufthaus) went to Ibiza and everyone went crazy, and the DJ said, ‘They love us mate.’ We’re attempting to determine what kind of living entity Lufthaus is.

“I’d like to do a ‘Rudebox 2’ as well, but my plans change with the wind.”

The ‘Angels’ hitmaker admitted that he’d rather play more of his lesser-known songs from his ‘Under the Radar’ compilations.

He said on the ‘Robbie Williams Rewind’ podcast: “I want to do more ‘Under the Radar’ gigs as there is Robbie the public entity but there are the guys at the front who want more. But there are 17,000 others who know ‘Feel’ and ‘She’s The One’. It is f annoying I can’t do ‘Andy Warhol’ or ‘Just Want People To Like Me’. That is what I would rather be doing but I am there to provide a service.”

And Robbie has expressed a desire to collaborate on songs with James Blunt.

“I want to write with James,” he added. We’ve run into each other quite a few times this year. We keep saying we’ll get into a room, but we’re never in one place at the same time.”

In September, Robbie released his tenth compilation album, ‘XXV,’ which included new, reimagined versions of his hit songs as well as new material.


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