Angels (Robbie Williams song)

"Angels" is a song by the English singer-songwriter Robbie Williams. It was included on Williams's debut solo album, Life thru a Lens (1997), and released as a single on 1 December 1997 by Chrysalis. "Angels" was written by Williams and Guy Chambers, based on an earlier song written by Ray Heffernan.

Single by Robbie Williams
from the album Life thru a Lens
  1. "Walk This Sleigh"
Released1 December 1997 (1997-12-01)
StudioMatrix Maison Rouge (London, England)
  • 4:24 (album version)
  • 3:58 (radio edit)
Songwriter(s)Attributed to Robbie Williams Ray Heffernan and Guy Chambers
Robbie Williams singles chronology
"South of the Border"
"Let Me Entertain You"
Music videos
"Angels" on YouTube
"Angels (XXV)" on YouTube

Williams said he wrote "Angels" with Chambers about his aunt and uncle, while Heffernan said he wrote the first version in 1996 and finished it with Williams. Williams confirmed that he recorded a demo with Heffernan but said he rewrote the song significantly with Chambers. To avoid a lawsuit, Williams bought the song rights from Heffernan before it was released. Vaughan Arnell directed its music video, which was shot in black and white.

"Angels" is Williams's best-selling single, and the 34th-bestselling UK single of the 1990s. It was voted the best song of the previous 25 years at the 2005 Brit Awards, and in 2005 Britons voted it the song they most wanted played at their funeral. It has been covered by artists including Jessica Simpson, David Archuleta, Beverley Knight, All Angels, Declan Galbraith and Josh Groban. It was recorded in Spanish (as "Ángel") by the Mexican singers Yuridia and Marco Moré, in Italian (as "Un Angelo") by Patrizio Buanne and in Brazilian Portuguese (as "Um Anjo") by KLB. Williams also recorded a Spanish version.

Writing edit

In 2011, Robbie Williams said he wrote "Angels" with his collaborator Guy Chambers in 25 minutes about his aunt and uncle. By his account, he and Chambers were sitting outside a cafe watching a water fountain, which inspired them to write the chorus.[1] In 2016, Williams said: "It was the first of our songs that we wrote together. We could tell and hoped and prayed that we got something incredibly special."[2] Williams expressed irritation that some assumed Chambers was the sole author.[3]

The Irish singer-songwriter Ray Heffernan said he wrote the first version of "Angels" in Paris in 1996, after his partner had a miscarriage.[4] According to Heffernan, he met Williams in a pub by chance in Dublin, and later played him, with his guitar, an incomplete version of his song. Heffernan said in 2010: "I had the first verse, some of the chorus and some of the second verse." That week the two recorded a studio demo.[5] Williams confirmed that he had recorded a demo with Heffernan but said he rewrote the song significantly with Chambers.[6]

Before the song's release, Heffernan accepted an offer from Williams's management to buy the rights for £7,500.[5] He is thanked in the UK CD2 single liner notes.[7] Williams said: "We could have gone to court, and it all would have been down to whether what way the judge wakes up that day out of bed ... So I gave him some money, and he went away."[6] In 2011, Heffernan said: "For a long time, I was angry about this, but as you get older you see things differently ... The 'Angels' connection has opened doors to publishing companies and earned me a few quid."[5]

Chart performance edit

"Angels" was the 38th-best-selling single of 1997 in the UK and the 26th of 1998. It was the 34th-bestselling UK single of the decade. Despite only reaching a peak of No. 4, it is Williams's bestselling UK single and according to Official UK Charts Company figures passed the million sales mark in June 2009, with a combination of both physical and download sales. It has sold 1.8 million copies in the UK as of April 2021.[8] It was released in 1999 in the US, after Williams' debut there with "Millennium". It peaked at number 53, becoming his highest-charting single there. "Angels" re-entered the ARIA Top 100 at No. 91, on 5 May 2008.[9] After announcing his XXV album in June 2022, and releasing a reworked version of "Angels", titled "Angels (XXV)", the song placed at number 92 on the UK Official Singles Sales Chart on 10 June.[10]

Critical reception edit

Scottish Aberdeen Press and Journal named "Angels" "perhaps the strongest cut" from the Life thru a Lens album.[11] John Bush from AllMusic noted Williams' "crooning".[12] Larry Flick of Billboard described it as a "sweet ballad that never gets sappy". He noted that the production is "first-rate, the lyric is thoughtful and ear-grabbing, and his smoky, crisp vocal is a sheer delight. All that and a chorus to kill for."[13] An editor for Daily Record felt that the ex-Take That star "shows he has come of age with this melodic pop ballad"[14] and complimented a "surprisingly grown-up sounding Robbie on what is his best tune to date."[15] Irish Independent called it an "epic ballad".[16]

A reviewer from Music & Media commented, "With songs of the quality of "Angels", Robbie Williams is on his way towards extending his audience by drawing in older listeners." It was also remarked that it "distinguishes itself from its indie rock inspired predecessors "Old Before I Die" and "Lazy Days" by exchanging their guitars for a more mellow, piano-based arrangement."[17] Music Week gave the song four out of five, likening it to Elton John and saying it suggested that Williams would be more successful than his old Take That bandmate Gary Barlow.[18][19]

In 2017, Dave Fawbert from ShortList declared "Angels" "genuinely brilliant", with "a pretty understated vocal from Robbie. Nothing too over the top, just sincere."[20] The Guardian wrote in 2022 that "Angels" was "so ubiquitous for so long that it is almost impossible for anyone of a certain age to listen to it objectively: throughout the late 90s and 00s, it wasn't so much a song as an unavoidable fact of daily life. Most pop songwriters would kill to come up with something with such impact and longevity."[21] In 2003, Q named "Angels" the 237th-best song of all time.[22]

Awards edit

At the 2005 Brit Awards, "Angels" was voted by the British public the best song in the past 25 years of British music, though it had only reached number four on the singles chart. Williams performed the song live with Joss Stone then. In a 2005 survey by UK digital TV station Music Choice, Britons chose it as the song they would most like played at their funeral.[23]

Music video edit

The music video for "Angels" was directed by Vaughan Arnell,[24] and filmed at Saunton Sands. Filmed largely from the air, Williams walks around a beach, stares at the sky, kicks a football and rides a motorbike with a woman while a helicopter flies around them.[25]

Live performances edit

Williams and Russian soprano Aida Garifullina performing “Angels” at the 2018 FIFA World Cup opening ceremony in Moscow, Russia

In 2009, Williams performed "Angels" at the final of the sixth series of The X Factor with Olly Murs. On 14 June 2018, Williams performed "Angels" with the Russian soprano Aida Garifullina at the 2018 FIFA World Cup opening ceremony held at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia.[26] On 23 June 2018, Williams performed the song as a special guest at the American singer's Taylor Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour concert at Wembley Stadium, London.[27]

Formats and track listings edit

Credits and personnel edit

Credits are taken from the Life thru a Lens album booklet.[35]


  • Recorded at Matrix Maison Rouge (London, England)
  • Mixed at Battery Studios (London, England)


Charts edit

Certifications edit

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Belgium (BEA)[75] Gold 25,000*
Denmark (IFPI Danmark)[76] Platinum 90,000
France (SNEP)[77] Gold 250,000*
Germany (BVMI)[78] Platinum 500,000
Italy (FIMI)[79] Platinum 70,000
United Kingdom (BPI)[8] 3× Platinum 2,000,000[80]

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Release history edit

Region Date Format(s) Label(s) Ref.
United Kingdom 1 December 1997
  • CD
  • cassette
Chrysalis [81]
United States 6 September 1999 Hot adult contemporary radio Capitol [82]
7 September 1999 Contemporary hit radio [82][83]

Cover versions edit

Jessica Simpson edit

Single by Jessica Simpson
from the album In This Skin (reissue)
Released8 June 2004 (2004-06-08)
Producer(s)Billy Mann
Jessica Simpson singles chronology
"Take My Breath Away"
"These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"
Licensed audio
"Angels" on YouTube

Jessica Simpson's cover of "Angels" was the fourth and final single released from her album In This Skin in 2004. It was produced by Billy Mann.

Music video edit

The video for "Angels" opens a visibly anxious Simpson on an empty stage rehearsing for a performance. She can be seen in intercut scenes staring into space, as if she has lost her self-confidence and ability to perform. As the song progresses, however, white roses can be seen scattered around her as a sign of hope, and soon Simpson begins to regain her confidence. The song then shifts into its instrumental bridge to correlate with the emotions of the characters, as Simpson proceeds to climb to the top of the building for her final performance. There she is greeted by a youth orchestra, and finishes the song.

Chart performance edit

Simpson's version of "Angels" failed to break into the Billboard Hot 100 (though it did reach number six on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles). However, the song did become a moderate success[clarification needed] on the Top 40 Mainstream and Hot Digital Tracks charts.

Track listing edit

  1. "Angels"
  2. "Angels" (Stealth Remix)
  3. "Fly" (B-side)
  4. "Angels" (enhanced video)

Remixes edit

  • "Angels" (album version) – 4:00
  • "Angels" (Dave Anthony Remix) – 4:53
  • "Angels" (Junior Vasquez World Mixshow) – 6:32
  • "Angels" (Stealth Remix) – 3:12
  • "Angels" (acoustic) – 4:07

Charts edit

Chart (2004) Peak
Australia (ARIA)[84] 27
Canada CHR/Pop Top 30 (Radio & Records)[85] 29
Romania (Romanian Top 100)[86] 78
US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles (Billboard)[87] 6
US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[88] 23

Release history edit

Release dates and formats for "Angels"
Region Date Format Label Ref.
United States 8 June 2004 Contemporary hit radio Columbia [89]

Yuridia edit

Single by Yuridia
from the album La Voz de un Ángel
GenreLatin, pop
LabelSony BMG
Yuridia singles chronology
"La maldita primavera"

In 2005, Yuridia, former contestant of the popular Mexican show La Academia, released "Ángel", a Spanish version of the song which she had interpreted during her stay in the reality show, as her debut and lead single. In Mexico, as well as in other parts of Latin America, "Ángel", became an instant hit, leading her debut album of almost the same name to achieve Diamond status in Mexico and becoming one of the most recent best selling Mexican singers and the best female Mexican seller of the past decade. The singer received two gold certifications for 20,000 copies sold in Mexico.

Chart performance edit

"Ángel" reached 32 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart and La Voz de un Angel managed to climb into the top 20 on the Billboard Hot Latin Albums chart, peaking at 16. In Mexico the song became the most successful song of 2005, leading the charts during 13 week.

Charts edit

Chart 2005 Position
US Billboard Hot Latin Songs 32

David Archuleta edit

Single by David Archuleta
from the album David Archuleta
Released27 October 2008 (2008-10-27)
Length3:33 (American Idol studio version)
4:09 (album version)
David Archuleta singles chronology
"A Little Too Not Over You"

David Archuleta initially covered this song during the 7th season of American Idol, in 2008. A studio version of this cover was produced and made available for purchase as a digital download exclusively via iTunes Store for a limited period.

Later in that year, he decided to re-record the song, with a different arrangement and production, for his debut album. The version is also available for digital purchase since 27 October 2008, when it was released to help promote the pre-order of Archuleta's album.

Formats and track listings edit

Digital download
  1. "Angels" (main version) — 4:09
  2. "Angels" (promotional version) — 3:33

Chart performance edit

Archuleta's version of the song has become the second highest charting version in the United States after the original performed by Robbie Williams. It managed to enter the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 89 due to digital downloads. On the Canadian Hot 100 the song peaked at No. 64.

Charts edit

Chart (2008) Peak
Canadian Hot 100 64
US Billboard Hot 100 89

Blessing Chitapa edit

Single by Blessing Chitapa
from the album Count My Blessings
Released14 November 2020
Blessing Chitapa singles chronology
"I Smile"

In November 2020, Blessing Chitapa, winner of the ninth series of The Voice UK, released a cover version of "Angels" as her winner's single. The song is included on Chitapa's debut album, Count My Blessings.

On 14 November 2020, Chitapa performed the song "Angels" live on The Voice UK grand final, with the single being released after the show was finished as a digital download.

Charts edit

Chart (2020) Peak
UK Singles Downloads (OCC)[90] 50

Release history edit

Country Release date Format Label
United Kingdom 14 November 2020 Digital download

Kindred Spirit edit

In June 2021, an artist collective named Kindred Spirit that included Glen Matlock, Steve Norman, Marcella Detroit, Earl Slick among others, released a cover version of the song titled "Angels (Of The Nations)" to both commemorate music producer Steve Brown who died in 2021 and raise money to offer angel sculptures as gifts to the families of UK doctors who died of Covid whilst working for the British NHS.[91]

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