Robbie Williams exposes Under The Radar music
The singer has put together a collection of unreleased music from his 20-year solo career.
Robbie Williams is baring all for a new album of previously unheard music.
The star has announced that he will be releasing a second record of songs that did not make the final cut for previous albums, titled Under The Radar Volume 2, and showed off the album’s cover, which features the rear view of a naked man who appears to be him climbing a tree.
In a video announcement on his YouTube channel, Williams said: “It’s a collaboration of songs that I’m incredibly proud of that didn’t make the featured previous albums.
“They should have done, because they’re amazing, but you can get lost in an alleyway of: ‘I’ve got to write a hit or everybody dies!’
“Lots of great songs go missing when you’re in that frame of mind.”
The first Under The Radar collection also featured Williams’ naked form on the cover and was released in 2014.
Williams is currently touring Europe in support of his latest album, 2016’s The Heavy Entertainment Show, which debuted at number one on the UK album chart.
Under The Radar Volume 2 is due out in November, but the singer has promised previews of music and videos over the summer.
Fans who pre-order the album will be sent an exclusive track from it on August 1.