No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal on the Band’s First New Album in Eleven Years

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No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal on the Band’s First New Album in Eleven Years
Brace yourselves, children of the nineties: Next month, No Doubt will release its first new album in eleven years. It's called Push and Shove, and judging from its leadoff single, “Settle Down,” you may be in for some vintage No Doubt sounds (think: bouncy dance-hall rhythms and strutting guitar riffs). We spoke with lead singer Gwen Stefani — who, between albums, married Gavin Rossdale and gave birth to two boys, three fashion lines, and two solo records — and bassist Tony Kanal for New York Magazine's Fall Preview issue. Herewith, a more complete look at our conversation. Where were you guys at as a band after your last album, Rock Steady, in 2001? Stefani: We were just burned out; we had toured so, so much, and it takes so much of yourself. I think we decided we really just wanted to take a break. I got married and decided I wanted
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