Today is a big day for Gwen Stefani fans! After just releasing her new single “Baby Don’t Lie” this morning, Gwen has already revealed some more new song titles – and played a clip of one of them!
During her interview with Ryan Seacrest, Gwen described working with Pharrell again. They were reunited thanks to The Voice, and after performing her 2005 hit single “Hollaback Girl,” Gwen felt it was time to make some more music. One song in particular was “magical,” but took a few late night sessions to finish. The song is called “Spark The Fire,” and Gwen says “it’s literally the song that kind of explains everything that’s going on in my life right now, in this surreal way.” In her next interview of the morning – this time with Carson Daly – Gwen even played a clip of “Spark The Fire”!
“Spark The Fire” is still a work in progress, but Gwen hinted that it could become a single.
Gwen also told Ryan Seacrest about No Doubt’s progress. They’ve been working on a new album too, and just recorded a song called “Shine” on Saturday. It was also co-written by Pharrell.
Gwen’s second interview was with Carson Daly. In addition to sharing a clip of “Spark The Fire,” Gwen also shared some more song titles. She worked with Pharrell on songs called “Woah” and “Heart Shape.”
Although the recording process for her new solo album has been quick, Gwen confirms that she is still working on it. The December release may be unrealistic at this point, and a 2015 release is looking more likely, but nothing is set in stone yet.
Gwen also revealed that she has filmed two new music videos with director Sophie Muller in the last couple of weeks. The first is for her new single “Baby Don’t Lie,” and will be released tomorrow. Gwen did not reveal what the other music video is.
You can buy “Baby Don’t Lie” on iTunes now. Gwen’s new album will be coming out within a few months, and for now you can catch up on all the info we have about it over on our full recording recap page. Also check out our list of known song titles that could appear on her solo album or the new No Doubt record. Keep checking back here for more of the latest news on Gwen Stefani and No Doubt.
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