Gwen Stefani New Album Will Be Delayed; No Doubt Singer Reveals Details For Her Upcoming Release


Gwen Stefani New Album Will Be Delayed; No Doubt Singer Reveals Details For Her Upcoming Release
Gwen Stefani New Album Will Be Delayed; No Doubt Singer Reveals Details For Her Upcoming Release

As she is ready for her third studio release, Gwen Stefani talks about the progress of her new album.

According to a report by Idolator  during her interview in the Ryan Seacrest show, the No Doubt singer is prepping up for a third release.

Although the record has no release dates set for now, the expected arrival of the disc will still be pushed to a later expected date since the singer is slowly working on her third studio LP.

“I’ve been working on it.

I feel excited now because when I first started working on it, I was like, ‘I’m gonna put it out this year!’ I was very kind of rushed about it,” Stefani said.

“Now I feel settled in, I had the baby – he’s going to be a year-old, can you believe that?! – I feel like now I’m going to go back in and do some more writing and be a little more relaxed about it.” She confirmed in the interview that she is taking things slow and is focusing on her tour shows for now.

“I decided to slow down a little bit, and now I’ve got this [live] show I’ve been working on, which is forcing me to go back and listen to my old songs that I’ve never listened to in so long,” she said.

“But it’s been super inspiring, because now it’s like I’m in competition with myself, like, “How did I do that? I wish I could do that again.” Furthermore, the 45-year-old “The Voice” judge claimed that different artists should be expected to collaborate with her on her new album and that fans should look forward for her new music.

“It’s already been a crazy journey, and all unexpected,” Stefani said.

“I hadn’t ever expected to do new, dance music without the band.

It wasn’t something that was even on my radar.

Originally I wasn’t going to do The Voice because there was no way to do it with new No Doubt music – you know how we work, it takes awhile.

But being able to collaborate outside of the band and work with different producers just speeds things along.”

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