Robbie Williams says new album is fit for stadiums
Robbie Williams has revealed that his forthcoming new album is made to be heard in stadiums and arenas.
The singer is releasing his ninth studio album 'Take The Crown' on November 5 and it seems Williams is gunning for something big with the record.
The Take That man is no stranger to large venues, with his three-night stint at Knebworth in 2003 attracting an overall crowd of 375,000.
Speaking to Capital FM, Williams said that 'Take The Crown' will fit right in at large venues such as stadiums. When asked what sound he was going for on the record, the 'Candy' man said:
"We are at big stadium sounding album. This is going to fit right in at huge areas with thousands of people staring at me."
He continued: "And then I'm going to sing it at them and they're going to smile and hold their phones up and wave and it's going to be euphoric and it's going to be big."
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