Is the amazing No Doubt working with the amazing Major Lazer?
Well, if this picture is anything to go by, my guess is a definite yes. A photo of the band and duo was posted on No Doubt’s Twitter page on Wednesday night (July 20). Billboard confirms that the dancehall/electro production duo will be contributing to the upcoming No Doubt album, which has no release date yet.
"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," wrote guitarist Tom Dumont. " in one of those rooms. Cutting drums with Adrian [Young] at the moment."
Along with this news,
Dumont was also kind enough to share the title of two songs the group is working on for the follow-up to 2001's "Rock Steady, "We are working on this new song called 'Undercover' and it's trying to break out of it's shell," he wrote on Tuesday, and posted a day later, "Today's track is entitled 'Push and Shove' Wish I could disclose more than a title."
I’m sure many No Doubt fans are rejoicing at this news. Major Lazer, which consists of producers Diplo and Switch, has produced some great songs, such as their club banger “Pon De Floor”, Chris Brown’s “Look At Me Now” and Nicola Roberts’ “Beat Of My Drum” (although the latter two were produced by Diplo). I have “No Doubt” that this will become one of the year’s best albums.