No Doubt fans, rejoice!
After a four year break, the band that produced such hits as "Don't Speak," "Spiderwebs," and "Hella Good" is planning a tour for next year, People magazine is reporting.
Lead singer Gwen Stefani says she is ready to “pack up the babies and get a bunch of nannies. So fun! Would be so inspiring to get out there and play all those songs again.”
On their band chat on the official No Doubt Web site, bassist Tony Kanal agreed.
“I feel like it’s time for some rock and roll,” he said.
According to People, the band has not announced any cities or dates, but sources sat a tour will likely begin in the summer of 2009.
But their hiatus was not due to a break-up – the band has been together for more than 20 years! Instead, they took time off to work on solo projects, as well as begin families, People said.
Stefani, 39, released two solo albums and became a mom to sings Kingston and Zuma; Tom Dumont, 40, got married and welcomed songs Ace and Rio; Kanal, 38, produced music for other artists and Adrian Young, 39, toured and recorded with other bands, People said.
The band will also reportedly begin work on their first studio album in seven years. “Rock Steady,” released in 2001 was their last project together, People said.