Gwen Stefani has no doubts.  There is no future for No Doubt

Gwen Stefani has no doubts. There is no future for No Doubt

Gwen Stefani frontwoman of No Doubt revealed in a new interview with Nylon that, while she's “open to anything,” there's no new music planned for the band following the collective's upcoming reunion at the music festival Coachella 2024 just as they have no dates scheduled to follow the festival.

“Coachella will be a really nice bow to tie on our relationship, because we were kids when we met,” he said in the interview and continued, “we'll be in tune on stage. It will be like riding a bicycle again. We'll laugh, we'll look at each other and say, 'Oh my God, there you are.'

However, Stefani called the Coachella reunion “a reunion that was a long time coming,” but admitted that, at the time of the interview, the group had not yet “hung out or done anything” together in anticipation of the set and that they are not in frequent contact with each other.

Reflecting on her relationships with fellow No Doubt musicians Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont and Adrian Young, the singer-songwriter responded to a question about whether or not the band had ever attended therapy together by saying that “we would need to, probably”

No Doubt's final album of original material, “Push and Shove” of 2012, was defined by Stefani as a “confusing” album.

“Now I look at him and think, 'God, what was I doing? trying to please everyone?' Because really, I should have just been with my family. But we made it and there are some good songs,” she said. “But don't remind me. I do not wanna talk about it.”

The band was born in 1987 with the voice of John Spence and Gwen, sister of the keyboardist and guitarist and co-founder of the group, as backing vocalist. When the founder dies by suicide, the singer replaces him.

At the beginning of the '90s they recorded, with the collaboration of Flea (of the Red Hot Chili Peppers for whom they opened concerts), some demos and in '92 they released their first album of the same name.

The turning point came in '95 with the third album “Tragic Kingdom” which contains the singles “Just a girl” And “Don't Speak”.

The next album “Return of Saturn” arrives in 2000 while “Rock Steady”, the following year, brought them back to the top of the charts.

In 2003 Gwen Stefani began working on her solo career and the band stopped until 2008 when they began working on new material but the singer's pregnancy stopped work. In 2009 the band starts touring again. In 2012 “Push and ShovIt is the band's sixth and last album so far.