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AFI frontman Davey Havok has discussed the experience of forming new supergroup Dreamcar with members of No Doubt – and how he hasn’t replaced Gwen Stefani in any way. The new-wave group Dreamcar, whose self-titled debut album was released this week, are formed of Havok along with Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, Adrian Young of No Doubt.
We asked Havok what it was like to team up with three musicians who have been playing together in such an established band for over 30 years.
Dreamcar could go on for a good long while,' he added.
As for Stefani, she recently added more singles to her string of solo hits.
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When asked how long No Doubt would be on hiatus, Kanal told The San Diego Union-Tribune: 'It’s indefinite.
There’s been no discussion of doing anything any time soon.''To clarify, there’s been no discussion of doing anything in the future, so we’ll see.
That summer the four members began writing and demoing music together.
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But members of No Doubt have no need to talk about their female fronter as Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Adrain Young ventured on their own without Gwen Stefani.
The musicians formed the supergroup Dreamcar with AFI lead singer Davey Havok as they released the single All the Dead Girls on Friday.