Many of us can link a certain album to pivotal moments in our lives. Whether it’s the first record you bought with your own money, the chord you first learnt to play on guitar, the song that soundtracked your first kiss, the album that got you those awkward and painful pubescent years or the one
The band hasn’t officially called it quits yet.
Serious ’80s vibes here.
And it’s not what you might expect!
The Canberra rockers go super-smooth on ‘Don’t Speak’.
With an album under their belt and a record deal on their to do list, looks like we can expect some big things from the as yet unnamed supergroup.
You know the whole schtick about every dark cloud having a silver lining? Well in the case of Gwen Stefani’s love life, it’s more a combination of gold and double-platinum. The rocker-turned-popper’s early nineties split from No Doubt bandmate Tony Kanal inspired the timeless tear-jerker Don’t Speak, which ended up becoming one of the biggest
No Doubt have pulled down their latest musc video for single Looking Hot and released a public apology after the clip in question was criticised for being offensive to Native Americans. As reported by Rolling Stone, the returning No Doubt removed the video shortly after it was uploaded on Friday to YouTube and various other
A three-year court case involving 90’s chart topping, and recently revived, rock outfit No Doubt and gaming powerhouse Activision has finally come to a verdict. The parties were at war over Activision’s Band Hero, which allegedly used avatars of the band members in ways the band themselves had not agreed to.
After looking like it was a sure thing that No Doubt would be included in next year’s Soundwave Festival, fans’ hopes were spectacularly shattered when it was confirmed that the band would not be making it down. However, said fans can breath a little bit easier tonight.
Out of the countless reunions that we’ve seen coming out of the 90’s resurgence, few (perhaps even none) have as much credibility and have instilled as much excitement as No Doubt.
Looking Hot marks track number 3 to be released from No Doubt‘s soon-to-be released album Push and Shove, which is set for release September 24. The band have also explained how despite being productive, their studio time was very unstructured.
No Doubt were forced to transform their recording studio into a totally blackened room for their new album, so they could take advantage of Gwen Stefani’s creative juices.
No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani has no intention of making another solo record.
No Doubt have released a new tracked titled Push and Shove: the follow-up track to their first single Settle Down. The new track will appear on No Doubt’s new album of the same name, and was produced by none other than Diplo. The song has more of an upbeat ska type feel to it, as
No Doubt have revealed the tracklisting and cover art for their hugely hyped comeback album Push and Shove.
The returning No Doubt have undergone the remix treatment on their latest single Settle Down, and who better to handle the reigns than Diplo under his other moniker of Major Lazer. As noted by NME, Diplo helped produce the title track from No Doubt’s upcoming 6th studio album Push and Shove, due out September 25.
Bad news for those of you hoping No Doubt would be part of Soundwave 2013 – they won’t be.