Gwen Stefani says there are no plans for new No Doubt music after 2024 Coachella reunion

Stefani revealed the upcoming Coachella set will be "a really nice bow to tie on the relationship" of the iconic band.

Gwen Stefani might've just given her fans some... doubts over the future of No Doubt.

The iconic band's frontwoman revealed in a new interview with Nylon that, while she's "open to anything," there are no plans for new No Doubt music following the ska-pop collective's upcoming reunion at the 2024 Coachella music festival — or even an accompanying tour.

"[Coachella is] going to be a really nice bow to tie on the relationship, because we were kids [when we met],” she told the publication. "I already know what it’s going to feel like because we’re just so in sync when we’re onstage. It’s going to feel like riding a bike again. We’re going to be laughing, and we’re going to look at each other and go, ‘Oh my gosh — there you are.’"

<p>David Wolff - Patrick/WireImage</p> Gwen Stefani and No Doubt

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Gwen Stefani and No Doubt

Still, Stefani called the Coachella reunion "a long time coming,” but admitted that, at the time of the interview, the group still hadn't "really hung out or done anything" together in anticipation of the set, and aren't in frequent communication with each other.

Reflecting on her relationship with fellow No Doubt musicians Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Adrian Young, the singer-songwriter responded to a question about whether or not the band ever attended therapy together by saying they "need to, probably," and that they have "a lot of water under the bridge" at this point.

Case in point? No Doubt's last album of original material, 2012's Push and Shove, which Stefani previously called a "confused" record and "a struggle" to make.

“I look at it now and think, ‘God, what was I doing trying to please everybody?’ Because really, I should have just been with my family. But we did it, and there are some good songs,” she said. "Don’t remind me. I don’t want to talk about it."

Outside of Push and Shove, No Doubt embarked on a reunion tour in 2009 featuring performances of their classic songs from albums like 2001's Rock Steady, 2000's Return of Saturn, and Tragic Kingdom, their signature 1995 LP that catapulted the band to superstardom.

Speaking on Tragic Kingdom's 25-year anniversary in a 2021 interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Stefani revealed that she wasn't sure about her future with No Doubt, as she was — at the time — releasing new solo material that followed her string of successful standalone albums like Love. Angel. Music. Baby., The Sweet Escape, and This Is What the Truth Feels Like.

"When Tragic Kingdom had its 25th anniversary [in 2020], it was quite nostalgic to watch everybody posting. I didn't know I was going to feel like that. It was kind of depressing, it was kind of nostalgic, it was a very strange feeling and I was in the middle of writing this record, so I did have weird feelings when that happened," she said. "I have no idea what the future is with the band," she continued. "I never would've imagined that we would've put the 30 years into it that we did in the first place."

Coachella runs April 12-14 and April 19-21.

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