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No Doubt back in love with each other, new album tightens bond

HollywoodNews.com: The band No Doubt is busier than ever.

After embarking on a successful reunion tour last year, the ska-influenced ‘90s group jumped back into the recording studio to jam out a new album. So much for those break-up rumors.

The band’s bassist and songwriter Tony Kanal exclaimed his joy over the band’s creative process in an interview with Billboard.

“I swear, we’re having more fun than we’ve ever had writing a record before,” he said.

Since the band emerged in 1992, they churned out five albums. The current CD they’re working on will be their first since 2001’s “Rock Steady.”

“I think [because] it’s been a while, but also because we’re older… the fact that we’re still doing it together after 24 years – you know, working on music – I think we really appreciate that,” said Kanal who also promised another tour to support the record.

“I think it’ll be even bigger, and when I say bigger, I mean more shows and around the world,” added the bassist.

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