Former No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani hasn't released a solo album since 2006's The Sweet Escape, a project that sold over a million copies and spawned the hit single “The Sweet Escape” with Akon. Now, almost a full decade after her sophomore solo project, Stefani is finally coming back with new music. On Twitter tonight, she released a picture containing the full, handwritten track list for the album, which is seemingly titled This Is What the Truth Feels Like…
She first reappeared on the scene late last year with her emotional breakup ballad “Used to Love You,” a song that was inspired by her very public divorce with Gavin Rossdale. That track will be included on the upcoming album, along with eleven others.
A report from Idolator claims that the next single is “Make Me Like U,” which will drop sometime later this month. “We were losing our minds,” Stefani told Zane Lowe about the song in an interview. “It was called 'Make Me Like U' and we couldn't believe it. Like how did we write this song? It's so good.”
Although she has yet to announce a release date, we can only hope that after over nine years, she won't keep all her fans waiting too much longer.