“Together” Available Now!

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It’s here! Gwen’s new collaboration track with Calvin Harris “Together” was released domestically today on his album, Motion, available now. The dance track has received good praise all around and is one of the biggest tracks on the release. “Together” was co-written with “Baby Don’t Lie” writers Benny Blanco and OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder.

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“Together” lyrics

Always running from what feels right
Too fast, and I didn’t know
Then a minute turns to daylight
You’re here, no way to let go

Don’t look back, when you’re holding me
Cause I know what this love was meant to be

One day we’re gonna wake up together
You won’t wanna go home
We’ll find love here together
And it feels so good in my arms
We’re gonna wake up together
You won’t wanna go home
We’ll find love here forever
As we wake up together

I got something and it feels right
What I need it to be
Can’t control what you feel for me
I was watching you the whole night
I can never explain how the magic was made

Don’t look back, when you’re holding me
Cause I know what this love was meant to be

One day we’re gonna wake up together
You won’t wanna go home
We’ll find love here together
And it feels so good in my arms
We’re gonna wake up together
You won’t wanna go home
We’ll find love here forever
As we wake up together

One day…
You won’t want to go home
And it feels so good in my arms
You won’t want to go home
As we wake up together

34 thoughts on ““Together” Available Now!

  1. It’s OK. It has grown on me but the song is anything special. I don’t think Gwen should include this on her album, maybe just as bonus track.

  2. I have a feeling the fans since beacon n TK hates it, the fans since ROS n Rocksteady r probably ok wit it, and the fans since LAMB love it lol

  3. I’ve been a fan sinice TK and I don’t love it. There might be some from the TK era who do but I think most won’t.

    For many years I have defended ND whenever someone accused them of selling out. The defense I used was No Doubt didn’t not hop on trends or base their music decisions on what’s popular now in the mainstream. I told that No Doubt picked styles that were not popular and No Doubt made them popular which is opposite of what selling out is. I always admired ND/Gwen because they were the leaders and others were trying to sounds like them.

    But, What Gwen/ND has been doing in recent years goes against that. At least with it seems she’s doing anything to get her name back in the spotlight including hiring writers to make her sound like the trends of today. She is relying on others to make her relevant. Which looks like trend chasing and following the main steam sounds rather than being a leader. Like rather than relying on herself and usin others to add to it to become relevant or popular. It seems Gwen didn’t have anything to offer and relied on other trend setters to make her popular and be the driving force. Which ends up feeling artificial and shows lack of musical integrity. Not only Gwens latest music but P&S seemed that way.

    Maybe the process will be different for the future ND album. And I am willing to forgive bad music if they make up for it later with good music. But bottom line if an artist has something good to offer they don’t need to chase trends or hire produsers/writers to make them relevant or do endorsements. They’re either got it or they don’t. They’re either good or their not. I will always love No Doubt and admire Gwen but I am honest and I don’t sugar coat when it comes to music.

  4. I clicked publish before editing the spelling and grammar of my previous post. So if it doesn’t make sense that is why.

  5. In other news BDL has plummeted on the charts today. I sure hope gwen has some live performances coming up starting with the voice next week!

  6. i really dont like the whole “selling out” debate because everyones definition of “selling out” is different. ive been a fan since ’94, from Fullerton, CA (the city right next to Anahiem) & i remember when all the fans said they “sold out” in ’93 when they signed with Interscope, other fans said they “sold out” when they went mainstream with TK.

    Gwen has been mainstream famous for more than half of her life now— pop radio has always played her, its all pop music. As long as the music is GOOD, thats all ive ever cared about, even if it is a “trend” at least have it be great work. in MY opinion “Baby Dont Lie”—the music & video is just not great.

    i LOVVVVVE this Calvin Harris track, he is one of the biggest trends but ITS GOOD. IN MY OPINION. i WISH this was her lead single!

  7. Bob, I am on the same page with you in that I have run into some really old school ska fans who accused the band of selling out. Specifically, back in the early 90s Provo, Utah was on a similar level as O.C. when it came to the third wave Ska movement with Stretch Armstrong and Swim Herschle Swim. Dave Merkely who’s a close friend of No Doubt and also did the interviews in the RS Live DVD, he used to manage Stretch Armstrong and No Doubt came to Utah A Lot back than. So there were a TON of local Ska fans in my area who saw ND back than and were fans, but once No Doubt became popular those same people stopped liking ND. And I used to get into arguments on the Utah Ska Forum with these old school fans because they kept being so negative and accusing ND of selling out.

    And I agree everyone’s definition is different. The most common is when someone bases their opinion on face value. Example, No Doubt became popular during the 3rd wave movement, some fans say that is selling out, or over the years as you know No doubt has changed their sound from album to album,, some people call that selling out. In 2005 at a Matt Costa/Jack Johnson show I spoke with Tom Dumont about the same subject and he said “If ND wanted to just sell records they would have written more songs like Don’t Speak”, which he is right. In my opinion Return of Saturn is a good example of not going with the don’t speak sound.

    But, my personal definition of selling out is when an artist participates in a song wether or collar or in their own name and the song is not coming from them and serves no other purpose but to sell more records or gain popularity. There’s a difference between an artist writing something that they can 100% claim as their own work and it comes 100% from their heart and a natural process of self expression and the song or album just so happeneds to become successful, than that’s cool. But, if they just rubber stamp it with their name on it when it is not a sound or style they call their own just for the sake of maintaining popularity or profit, than that IS selling out. I am not a mind reader so it is not my place to assume Gwens or No Doubt’s intentions, but I usually go with the logic “if it walks like a duck, speaks like a duck, acts like a duck, it most likely is a duck”.

  8. Calvin Harris is so big that this song ALONE can be bigger than “Push & Shove” & Gwen “New solo stuff”

    as fans who wanna see her BIG again we should be thanking the heavens for THIS track & the Voice! straight up, ive lost faith in any “new” material from Gwen/ND & just wish theyd leave there FLAWLESS/CLASSIC/TIMELESS catalog of music alone! (((((((REMEMBER EVERYONE has an opinion))))))

  9. Dunno at this point, BDL generated some enthusiasm for a few days and then fell over the charts. I blame the Gwen for the lack of promo. The big comeback is turning out to be a whatever move. I don’t think this track will be a single. She’s not doing tv shows, magazine interviews, nada. All the “the album is not finished” “still working, choosing tracks”talks etc seems like an easy way out of avoiding responsability of the possible big fail of the album.

  10. The track IS a single. And it’s still doing great on iTunes and even better on the radio. I really hope she performs it on The Voice next week though.

  11. Even though I’m not thrilled with two of the three songs she’s done this year, I’m still grateful that she is releasing music and is everywhere right now. Last year we had NOTHING going on but empty promises. 2015 should be pretty exciting!

  12. has anyone heard the calvin harris track on the radio?? i read some comments on another site that a few people heard it on the radio…..i havent yet…..i wish! but does anyone know??

    1. No, it was just one radio station in the UK that played it “exclusively” a few days before Calvin’s album came out.

  13. The track with Haim has received rave reviews and to be fair it’s a bit of an earworm. I can see that being released as a single instead of Together. But considering that the previous CH album had like what, 9 singles? Maybe there’s a chance for it to be released next year?

  14. I doubt “Together” will be a single. Also BDL went down 26 spots on the Billboard HOT 100.
    Vibe has an article why they miss the Old Gwen and No Doubt.

  15. Haven’t been on here for awhile but there are some things that need to be addressed. First BDL is a flop. Dont deny it. Likely will fall out of the hot 100 next week. Gwen and her management did not bother promoting it. And it is a weak choice for first single not to mention the music video is god awful. Gwen stooped to a new low for me with all the product ads…like really gwen? You are better than that. She needs to ditch Muller and try another director too. I am afraid gwen might have the mariah carey effect with her new album. She releases a single, it flops then pushes back the album release date to try and hide the fact the single is a flop and keeps releasing more until she realizes the whole thing is a flop and just releases the album probably months from now in the summer or something for her few die hard fans she still has. Spark the Fire could be a saving point for gwen but that is only if she gets off her lazy ass and promotes it. And by promoting I don’t mean doing phone in radio interviews. She doesn’t have the stardom to release a single anymore with little promotion. If she wants success she has to get her name out there again. The voice is a great start for that. I am afraid its too late and BDL has lost any buzz it had to become a hit but if she changes things around with Spark the Fire she might still have a chance. At this point I am doubtful though. Sorry not sorry. Its the truth.

  16. Even if you hot at the moment, you have to promote your ass off, just ask Taylor swift or the Foo Fighters and in Gwen’s case she has to work double. I still think she lost interest somehow or she doesn’t have the drive as before, she’s 45 has 3 kids and her priorities change so relase the songs for free and end it there. I agree BDL is a flop.

  17. Geez, why are you guys so impatient? Things take time to happen. 10 years ago, you’d not even know when artists would perform or promote their shit, let alone watching it live on TV, especially if you were not in America. Or are you just one of those kids that is already calling BDL a flop? I hate to break it to you but Gwen’s hey day is long gone. She’s not Taylor, Ariana or Rihanna. She’s a mom in her mid 40s who happened to release a brand new single. We should feel happy about that. At this point charts don’t matter anymore. We should celebrate the fact she hasn’t retired and is doing music for fun and her fans.

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