Robbie Williams Has Said His Next Album Will See Him Going “Back To 1995”
Speaking to The Telegraph, the musician opened up about his next album and revealed that he’s looking to his past in order to shape the album’s content.
The interviewing journalist recounts how Williams played him several songs that are expected on the next album, which he describes as “guitar-based songs."
Williams went on to say he’s looking back to the time he left Take That and intends to create songs that could have come out of that period.
He explained: 'I’ve decided to go back to 1995. I’ve just left Take That. And now, with the knowledge and musical knowledge that I have, what would be the album that I would make? "
As well as his music, elsewhere in the interview he opened up about new projects he had in the pipeline. I’m also creating art. I’ve written a TV show. I’ve also designed my own clothing line, "he explained.
I’ve also created my own drink. I want to build a hotel. I want to create something big in business. What else? There’s loads. talent competition. I wrote another musical. It’s just limitless and it’s endless... I’m going to be a very, very busy man. "
Shinee’s Key Has Shared His Insights On Exploring Autobiographical Themes For His Second Full-Length Album, ‘Gasoline’
The vocalist spoke candidly about being permitted to explore personal themes in his songwriting during a press conference held in advance of the release of his most recent album. “Am I an adult? If I get married and have a lot of money like my parents did, can I become perfect? Key reportedly spoke about the themes of "Gasoline" to Yonhap News Agency.The idol, who penned four of the album's 11 tracks, continued, "I wrote lyrics about the anguish of life, and SM [Ent...
Christina Ricci Has Said She Would Like To Redo The 1990s And “Not Make So Many Fucking Mistakes”
The actor, who had her breakthrough performances as a child in The Addams Family (1991) and Caspar (1995), acknowledged that there were a few things she wished she'd done differently throughout the decade."This is very dark, but I just would like to go back to that age and do it over again and not make so many fucking mistakes," Ricci said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. Honestly, I regret it so much.“I’d like to go back to 1996 and be like, 'All right,...
Yasmin Finney Has Said She Wants To Become The First Ever Openly Transgender Bond Girl
The actor, best known for playing Elle Argent in the Netflix series Heartstopper, revealed she’s a fan of the franchise in an interview with the Daily Star Sunday.“I love James Bond films,” Finney said. “Every film I’ve seen, I’ve always thought, 'I’d love to be that cool, sexy Bond girl’.”She added: “It has never been done before, so it would be amazing to do it.”Caroline Cossey, also known as Tula, is a trans model who was an extra in the 1981 James Bond film For...
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