Following a string of high-profile reunions and comebacks over the past few years, could No Doubt be the next band to get back together?
In an interview with WSJ. Magazine, frontwoman Gwen Stefani remains noncommittal, but isn’t shutting the door on the idea.
“Anything can happen,” Stefani shares. “I have no idea what’s going to happen with No Doubt. We haven’t really talked about doing anything, but it feels like everyone is, right?”
Hinting at the recent surge of ’90s nostalgia, Stefani points to the fervor around Blink-182‘s reunion with Tom DeLonge this year.
“All the ’90s people — Blink-182 did an eight-month tour that sold out in, like, five minutes,” Stefani says.
No Doubt first went on hiatus in 2004 as Stefani was hitting it big with her solo career. They reunited in 2009 and recorded a new album, 2012’s Push and Shove, before going on hiatus again in 2013. The band’s remained inactive since.
Meanwhile, No Doubt’s other members — guitarist Tom Dumont, bassist Tony Kanal and drummer Adrian Young — formed the band Dreamcar in 2016 with AFI‘s Davey Havok.
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