Gwen Stefani shares new song ‘Misery’ – listen

The track is taken from the No Doubt singer's first album in 10 years

Gwen Stefani has shared another song taken from her first album in 10 years.

‘This Is What The Truth Feels Like’ follows her last LP, ‘The Sweet Escape’, which was released in 2006. Stefani has already revealed two tracks from the record – ‘Used To Love You’ and ‘Make Me Like You’.

‘Misery’ was co-written by Stefani, Justin Tranter and Julia Michaels, who also worked with the No Doubt singer on ‘Make Me Like You’.

You can watch the lyric video for ‘Misery’ below, via Rolling Stone.

No Doubt’s Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Adrian Young recently announced that they are forming a band with AFI frontman Davey Havoc, having signed a record deal and completed work on an album.

Stefani recently revealed that she found out about the group online. Appearing on US TV’s Jimmy Kimmel Live last month (February 17), she told the host: “I actually first heard about [the news] on the internet.”

However, Stefani confirmed that the band is just “a side project” and that she hasn’t been replaced in No Doubt. “They want to be in a punk band. It’s not No Doubt,” she added. “All the guys from No Doubt are doing a new band, just to do new music.”

Asked whether she could rejoin her bandmates if she wanted to, she replied: “I’d have to text Tony [Kanal, bassist] and ask him that. There probably would be a vote.”

‘This Is What The Truth Feels Like’ is released on March 18. The track listing is as follows:

‘You’re My Favorite’
‘Where Would I Be?’
‘Make Me Like U’
‘Used to Love You’
‘Send Me a Picture’
‘Red Flag’
‘Asking 4 It’
‘Me With Out You’