Gwen Stefani Confirms Release of New Album


Gwen Stefani has been a busy person the last couple of years, which explains why the No Doubt frontwoman’s highly anticipated third album has yet to be released. On Wednesday (Feb. 10), it was confirmed that the new album will finally be seeing a 2016 release date. Taking to Twitter, Stefani revealed that the new album will be titled This is What the Truth Feels Like. In addition to the title, she also unveiled the track list and confirmed that the record will be released on March 18.

Previously released track, “Used to Love You,” will be the record’s lead single. The ballad, which many speculated had to do with her divorce from Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale, made its official debut back in October 2015 when the singer performed at MasterCard’s Priceless Surprises series. The record’s next single will reportedly be “Make Me Like U,” and is set to premiere later this month. The track list for the record can be seen below as well as Stefani’s post on Twitter.


1. “Misery”
2. “You’re My Favorite”
3. “Where Would I Be?”
4. “Make Me Like U”
5. “Truth”
6. “Used to Love You”
7. “Send Me a Picture”
8. “Red Flag”
9. “Asking 4 It”
10. “Naughty”
11. “Me With Out You”
12. “Rare”
13. “Rocket Ship” (Target Exclusive)**
14. “Getting Warmer” (Target Exclusive)**
15. “Obsessed” (Target Exclusive)**
16. “Splash” (Target Exclusive)**

This is What the Truth Feels Like is Stefani’s much-anticipated follow-up to 2006’s The Sweet Escape. Since her last studio release, the singer’s schedule had been eventful. In 2012, No Doubt reunited to release their sixth studio album, Push and Shove while Stefani was added to the judges’ panel on NBC’s hit reality television show, The Voice, in 2014. Last year, she contributed two songs to two different film soundtracks; “Shine” for Paddington and “Kings Never Die” for Southpaw.

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