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The 'Angels' singer said he has spent lockdown producing songs in a "new musical genre".
Robbie Williams has revealed he's been working on new music during lockdown and is "looking forward" to fans hearing his new direction.
The former Take That member shared his excitement about the new songs, and was quoted in The Mirror saying: "I’m in a new musical genre, a genre I haven't really touched before.
“Not new taste-wise – it's what I'm about,” he added.
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The 46-year-old singer said that he'd recorded 24 new songs with a "disco vibe" before the lockdown began.
Since then, he's also recorded 20 new tracks which have a "dance electronic" feel, The Mirror reported.
Last Friday, Robbie joined Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen for a special Take That lockdown concert.
It was the first time the former bandmates had all sang together in two years.
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The four band members came together virtually from their separate homes for for the special one-off performance.
Together they sang hits including 'Pray', 'Shine' and 'Back For Good', and rounded the gig off with a performance of 'Never Forget' as they sang from their homes across the world.
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