Published Feb 12, 2016As previously reported, No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani is going the solo route again this year, with her This Is What the Truth Feels Like set to drop next month. Ahead of that, the star is teasing the set with a candy-dipped piece of pop called "Make Me Like You." Just in time for Valentine's Day, the cut is streaming now.
The track features a radio-friendly pop-and-snap, with chiming guitars and digi-harps colluding beneath Stefani's lines about being lost and uncertain in life. That is, until she met the "you" in this particular number. It goes on to have the artist using her signature pipes to note she's getting used to their lips being on her lips.
The sugar-sprinkling pop jam can be found below, while Stefani's This Is What the Truth Feels Like, her first solo set in 10 years, lands March 18 via Interscope.
As for the rest of No Doubt, it was revealed earlier this week that they've now hooked up with AFI singer Davey Havok for a new, as-yet-undetailed project. A debut album has apparently already been recorded.