‘LOST’ IS TAKEN FROM THE NUMBER 1 ALBUM ‘XXV’
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Robbie Williams has today revealed the brand-new video for his latest single, ‘Lost’, taken from his recent Number 1 album ‘XXV’. Watch the video here.
The video for ‘Lost’ – a moving song in classic Robbie style with poignant lyrics, piano elements and soaring strings – sees Robbie as himself as a guest on a TV chat show being interviewed by Robbie in character as the TV host. The video captures the reflective spirit of both the song and the album, as the host takes Robbie on a journey back through the last 25 years showing him video clips from across his solo career. They include the iconic videos for ‘Angels’ and ‘Let Me Entertain You’, his record-breaking Knebworth concerts, playing Glastonbury, Soccer Aid, and more, before bringing things back to the present day and Robbie performs ‘Lost’.
‘XXV’, released via Columbia Records in September, celebrates 25 years of Robbie as a solo artist. The album features countless Number 1 smash hit singles and fan favourites all newly orchestrated by Jules Buckley, Guy Chambers and Steve Sidwell, and re-recorded with the acclaimed Metropole Orkest in The Netherlands.
Robbie secured his 14th UK Number 1 album with ‘XXV’, which topped the chart in its first week of release. With this amazing achievement, the music icon has now broken the record for the solo artist with the most UK Number 1 albums – only The Beatles now have more UK Number 1 albums than Robbie with 15. His total chart-topping UK albums across his solo work and records released with Take That now stands at 19. It places him in the top two acts of all time with the most Number 1s across their catalogue with only Paul McCartney with more.
After a joyously received and critically acclaimed ‘XXV’ arena tour across the UK and Ireland, later this week Robbie will play two special shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall. He will perform a mixture of swing classics and some of his biggest hits at the shows which are being filmed for a major scene in the upcoming Robbie film, ‘Better Man’, directed by Michael Gracey.