No Doubt is close to completing their first album in nearly 10 years. According to the NME, they’ve been hunkered down in the studio with producer Mark “Spike” Stent, putting the finishing touches on an album almost three years in the making.
No Doubt started recording the album in 2008 but had to take a break when singer Gwen Stefani had baby Zuma. The album is expected to be complete within the next two months.
The band sat down with Rolling Stone to talk about the experience.
“Writing with other people is a learning experience,” bassist Tony Kanal said to the magazine. “But when you come back, and you’re sitting in a room together, it feels like home.”