The Queen is back!

After spending a decade focusing on being a wife and a mother, pursuing a career in fashion, and hosting TV shows like “The Voice”, Gwen Stefani is finally releasing new music. Titled, “This Is What The Truth Feels Like”, Gwen’s latest LP will mark her first solo comeback since 2006’s “The Sweet Escape”.

Gwen herself made the official announcement on her Instagram, with an image of a notepad with 12 handwritten song titles listed on the page.


We’re not sure what the 4 hearts underneath the track list mean but perhaps she’s thinking of releasing 4 bonus tracks in a deluxe version too? 😉

Gwen, who split with husband of 13 years Gavin Rossdale last August, previously revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that her new album is a “breakup record”. Which, frankly, kind of explains the song titles e.g. “Misery”, “Where Would I Be??”, “Used To Love You”, “Me Without You”.

“My cross to bear was to go through these heartbreaks and write these songs and help people,” she said.

Gwen Stefani Ellen Show
Source: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

And that’s not all. According to Rolling Stone, Gwen is also collaborating with Target to produce the first music video created on live television. The clip for her upcoming single, “Make Me Like You”, will be captured during a 4-minute commercial break from the 58th annual Grammy Awards and will feature multiple sets and costume changes in real time.

Fans can watch a second view of the video performance via Periscope, Facebook Live and Snapchat. The results will become the official “Make Me Like You” music video, located at Vevo. Sounds complicated but we can’t wait to see it!


Gwen Stefani’s “This Is What The Truth Feels Like” is slated to be released on 18th March.

Source: ABC News, Rolling Stone.

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