Robbie Williams is ready to show his new music to his fans. The singer's label, EMI, recently confirmed that his comeback album indeed has been in the works and will be released worldwide on November 9.
The record is entitled "Reality Killed The Video Star" and produced by Trevor Horn who has worked with the likes of Pet Shop Boys and Paul McCartney. Prior to the effort's release, a new single called "Bodies" is plotted to be made available for digital purchase on October 12.
Commenting on the new studio project, Robbie wrote on his blog last month, "My album's a killer." He added, "Old Robbie, New Robbie and a Robbie that neither of us have met ... I really hope it's as good as I think it is."
Moreover, Robbie Williams reportedly will also embark on a tour next year with dates being set up in January, February and March. "Robbie's eagerly-awaited album will be out soon and he is likely to be touring Europe next year. It will be perfect for him to start with shows at the [London's] O2," The Evening Standard quotes a source as informing. Should the report is true, Robbie will take over some of vacant slots at O2 Arena left by Michael Jackson due to his sudden death.
Aside from the new album and tour news, Robbie is suggested to be featured in Michael tribute compilation. The former member of boyband Take That reportedly will sing his rendition of the late King of Pop's 1988 hit single "Man in the Mirror".