Days ago we listen to the new song de Gwen Stefani, "Spark the fire«, And now we can see the video clip, where the 45-year-old singer is seen mixed with an animated fantasy world. Also featured is the song's co-composer and producer, Pharrell Williams, with whom he had already collaborated in 2005 on the song "Hollaback Girl."
«Spark the fire»Is now available to download in digital format and is the second single from their new album, after« Baby Don't Lie », which was released in October. His new solo work, scheduled for 2015, has yet to be titled. The last album of Gwen Stefani It was 2006's 'The Sweet Escape', but in the middle he has returned to his mother band No Doubt, who have released their latest album 'Push and shove' - the American band's sixth studio album - in September 2012.
As we already told, No Doubt are recording a new album, as they say on their official page on Facebook. From the little that has been known about the album, they themselves affirmed that it will have a sound similar to 'Tragic Kingdom', although at the same time it would have influences from the band Fleetwood Mac. We will have to wait a while. No Doubt is a rock band formed in 1986 in Anaheim, California, United States. His music was in its beginnings deeply influenced by ska, later evolving more towards new wave.
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