Gwen Stefani announces details of first solo album in ten years

'This Is What The Truth Feels Like' is No Doubt singer's follow up to 'The Sweet Escape'

Gwen Stefani has named her new solo album ‘This Is What The Truth Feels Like’.

The album is likely to arrive later this year, a full decade after the release of ‘The Sweet Escape’ in 2006. Stefani reformed No Doubt in the interim period but returned to solo action in 2014 with the release of ‘Baby Don’t Lie’ and ‘Spark The Fire’ singles.

Those songs are not on the album, a tracklist for which was tweeted by Stefani overnight, but divorce balled ‘Used To Love You’ is. That song was written and recorded in the second half of last year following Stefani’s split from husband Gavin Rossdale.


Stefani filed for divorce from husband and Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale in August 2015. The No Doubt singer had been married to Rossdale for 13 years, wedding in 2002 after the pair met in 1995 when Stefani’s band opened for Bush at one of their concerts.

See the full tracklist, inluding rumoured next single ‘Make Me Like U’, below:


‘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’


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