For many fans – a studio album, although a must-have addition to their music collection, isn’t enough. In a world where social media offers them snippets into exclusive recordings with their favourite artists – they crave a more unique experience; one Robbie Williams recognises all too well. Under the Radar, with its provocative tongue-in-cheek design, allows fans to get even closer.
Under the Radar Volume 3
Promising explicit content, nudity and a collection of B-sides, demos and rarities, this third instalment in Robbie’s special-fan series was released a day after his birthday on Feb 14th 2019. Giving fans access to music and media that never made it onto a full commercial album, Under the Radar 3 offers a glimpse into backstage life studio-side and takes hardcore fans closer to the star than they could imagine.
With photography shot in Buenos Aires, Robbie explains ‘the gig got cancelled, so I got naked’. And the rest, they say, is history. The Creative Corporation were commissioned as creative directors to design the artwork of this much-anticipated follow-up.
Under the Radar Volume 2
As a long-awaited follow-up to the first fan-special released in December 2014, Under the Radar 2 was compiled especially for the ‘Friendlies and Mentals’ of RobbieWilliams.com. With tracks including Eyes on the Highway and Go Mental (featuring Big Narstie and Atlantic Horns) the album was available to live stream, as a digital download and CD.
Hired exclusively by Robbie as creative directors, The Creative Corporation produced all artwork of the standard and deluxe CDs. Stripped bare the album offered fans a censored insight into a musical and photographical compilation of Williams’ previously unseen world.