Gwen Stefani and her bandmates tease recording session with Major Lazer for their comeback album on Twitter.
No Doubt are currently occupied with the work on their comeback album. They recently posted a picture of them hanging out in studio with production duo Major Lazer, the mastermind behind Chris Brown's "Look at Me Now" and Beyonce Knowles' "Run the World (Girls)".
Guitarist Tom Dumont then shared their recording session, "We're working on 3 different songs tonight [sic] in 3 different rooms in the same studio complex, all at once. Like magic, somehow it works. @majorlazer in one of those rooms. Cutting drums with Adrian [Young] at the moment."
Gwen Stefani and her bandmates announced reunion in 2009 after four-year hiatus. They followed the announcement by mapping a tour with Paramore. Talks about new album were brewing ever since, and it was confirmed for 2011 release by Gwen last April.
"The main thing we were trying to do is write really catchy good songs," the frontwoman gushed. "We got about 10 songs done and we want to do a few more just in case, but it's a really good record, I really love this record."