Tuesday, July 31, 2012

No Doubt: Gwen Stefani has no plans to go solo again

No Doubt return this fall with their sixth studio album and first in 11 years.

“Push And Shove” is due September 25, while the album’s lead single, “Settle Down,” is out now.

The decade between albums saw band members starting families, as well as two successful solo albums by singer Gwen Stefani.

2004’s “Love. Angel. Music. Baby.” delivered six hit singles, including “Hollaback Girl,” “Rich Girl,” “What You Waiting For?” and “Harajuku Girls.” Stefani’s debut solo effort went on to sell more than 7 million copies worldwide.

“The Sweet Escape” followed in 2006, with songs like “Wind It Up” and the title track.

In a new interview with The Daily Record, Stefani was asked about the prospect of her going solo again.

“No, I don’t think so. I was always thinking of that as a moment in time and you can never say never,” she says. “But these last couple of years have been overwhelming for me, with having so much going on, and my husband being on tour, and just trying to do it all, which is not possible.”

“I guess right now I love to be in the moment,”
explains the singer. “I just feel about a year from now my oldest kid is going to be seven. It just goes so quick, you know?”

Read more at The Daily Record here.

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