'I am loving life!' Robbie Williams teases new music after writing 'loads of songs'

Robbie Williams has written "loads of songs", as he gears up for one of the biggest years of his career.

The 50-year-old singer insisted he is more "ambitious" than he has ever been before, and he is "loving life" ahead of a potential chart battle.

Speaking on Virgin Radio, he said: "I’ve got loads of plans.

"I’ve written loads of songs, I’ve got my film ['Better Man'] at the end of this year and I’m doing Hyde Park in the summer.

"I have never been busier, I’ve never been as ambitious as I am right now. I am full of purpose and I am loving life."

Robbie's song writing confession comes after he recently lamented the "boring" state of the current music scene.

In an Instagram post, he wrote: "How boring is the music scene right now? Im not attacking the music itself. im just lamenting the death of friction, danger, personality.

"I’ll admit I’ve vanilled myself into a corner trying to chase what’s gone. I get it everyone’s scared. No one knows what you’ll say that will get you cancelled.

"No one knows what you’ve already said or written that will end you. So many people to offend. (sic)"

Robbie also insisted he wants to inject some energy "back into [his] musical life", while praising The 1975 frontman Matty Healy.

He added: "Matt Healy is the only commercially viable Pop/Rock star that I can see who is willing to be something other than beige. I really like Matt he’s unhinged, super smart, super talented and willing to upset. Upsetting for a cause. The cause being a complicated inner life a rebellious streak and boredom.

"I’ve gotta get some of that energy back in my musical life. Like I say "so many people to offend" I hope I have time to fit them all in.

"It’s time to take the **** again... and im looking forward to it. (sic)"