His new album, Intensive Care, will be released on October 24th - with a single, Tripping, preceding it on October 3rd. Robbie described the single as sounding "like a mini-gangster opera."
Williams, 31, will launch the album with a gig on the same day - but it won't be in Britain. Loyal fans will have to hotfoot it over to the Berlin Velodrom to see Robbie in action.
The gig will be filmed for a cinema broadcast across Europe.
Tickets for the gig go on sale on September 5th and on September 9th for the cinecast.
Robbie's fifth album - not counting 2003's Live at Knebworth - comes after the former Take That star thrilled crowds at July's Live 8 concert in London's Hyde Park, ANANOVA.com reports.
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