AFI’s Davey Havok and Gwen Stefani-less No Doubt form supergroup

The as-yet-unnamed group have already completed an album

AFI frontman Davey Havok and No Doubt’s Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Adrian Young have formed an, as-yet-unnamed, band.

According to Billboard, the quartet, who reportedly share a manager with Green Day, have completed an album and are looking to sign a label deal.

No Doubt’s original line-up, including Gwen Stefani, reformed to play a series of live shows last year. The group’s last record ‘Push and Shove’, which featured Stefani, was released in 2012.


AFI released their ninth studio album ‘Burials’ in 2013. Lead singer Davey Havok is involved in a number of side-projects including the electronic music duo Blaqk Audio, together with AFI guitarist Jade Puget, and hardcore band XTRMST.

Stefani recently announced her first solo album in a decade. ‘This Is What The Truth Feels Live’ will be released later this year, her first album since 2006’s ‘The Sweet Escape’. In the interim period, she released two singles ‘Baby Don’t Lie’ and ‘Spark The Fire’.

The popstar is set to make history next week by creating the first live televised music video during The Grammys.


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