The band is putting plans to tour on hold to record a follow-up to last year's album 'Push and Shove'
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No Doubt is putting its road trip plans on hold to spend some time in the studio. The group announced on their Facebook page Tuesday that they're currently in Los Angeles working on the follow-up to last year's comeback record, Push and Shove.
The band explains that during the tour for that album, frontwoman Gwen Stefani was inspired to start writing music for the next one. They decided to start 2013 in the studio, and they say the new music has been flowing with unexpected ease since January.
But that means No Doubt won't be hitting the road as planned this year. Yet they promise to keep fans updated on the recording sessions with plenty of photos and videos.
They also add that their goal as a band is to share this new music - both on record and as part of a live tour - as quickly as possible.
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