Gwen Stefani Announces New Solo Album This Is What The Truth Feels Like…

Gwen Stefani Announces New Solo Album This Is What The Truth Feels Like…

Gwen Stefani has been working on the follow-up to her sophomore solo LP The Sweet Escape for nearly a decade. Back in 2014, she released two singles, “Baby Don’t Lie” and “Spark The Fire,” but the rest of the album never materialized, and she ended up scrapping the entire thing. Now, after reigniting her solo career late last year with the divorce ballad “Used To Love You,” the No Doubt frontwoman has officially announced a new album, seemingly entitled This Is What The Truth Feels Like…:

Idolator reports that the album’s next single, “Make Me Like U” — co-written by songwriting team Julia Michaels and Justin Tranter and produced by Swedish hitmakers Mattman and Robin — will be out later this month. Check out the LP’s full tracklist below.


01 “Misery”
02 “You’re My Favorite”
03 “Where Would I Be?”
04 “Make Me Like U”
05 “Truth”
06 “Used to Love You”
07 “Send Me a Picture”
08 “Red Flag”
09 “Asking 4 It”
10 “Naughty”
11 “Me With Out You”
12 “Rare”
13 “Rocket Ship” (Target Exclusive)
14 “Getting Warmer” (Target Exclusive)
15 “Obsessed” (Target Exclusive)
16 “Splash” (Target Exclusive)

UPDATE: We have some more details about Stefani’s new album, which will be released with a Target exclusive with four extra tracks (see above). The album’s lead single, “Make Me Like You,” will debut during the Grammy Awards with a live music video that will “take viewers through multiple sets and costume changes in real time, including guests appearances and special surprises,” per Target. They’re advertising it as the first live music video ever, though the YouTube Music Awards pulled a similar stunt when it first started.

This Is What The Truth Feels Like… is out 3/18.

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