No Doubt Releases New Music After 10-Year Hiatus
Mommy banger Gwen Stefani and her chart-topping pop group No Doubt are stepping back into the Hollyweird spotlight after 10 years away.
No Doubt is back!
The popular ska-rock band from Anaheim, Calif. – made up of Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Adrian Young and Tom Dumont – has released its first single in 10 years.
The upbeat song, called “Settle Down,” was released to radio Monday. The group’s latest album, Push and Shove, will be out on Sept. 25.
After a hiatus during which each band member had children, Stefani, 42, says hitting the road in 2009 was exactly what No Doubt needed to get back on track.
“Within a month and a half we were playing for 20,000 people at night. It was our first time on stage together in five years,” she recalls. “It was so rewarding to watch your children on the side of the stage singing No Doubt songs that were so personal. I was like, ‘Oh my God!’ I was teary-eyed every night.”
Although the band as a whole had been flying pretty low over the last decade, lead singer Gwen Stefani has remained busy with her two children, jewelry line, clothing line and various other charity involvements.
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