In a new interview with the San Diego Tribune, Tony spoke about his first experiences at Coachella in anticipation of DREAMCAR’s first festival performance this coming weekend, influences the band had while writing their debut album and what’s next for No Doubt.
When asked again what the future holds for No Doubt, Tony candidly shared that the band’s current hiatus is “indefinite” and further clarified that the band has no plans to reunite any time soon. He has very warranted ambitions and high hopes for DREAMCAR and finished by saying that they “could go on for a good long while”. DREAMCAR easily sold-out all west coast shows in a matter of minutes and they have been getting rave reviews on their tour so far by both fans and critics.
Below is an excerpt from the interview on No Doubt’s status:
Q: How long will No Doubt be on hiatus?
A: It’s indefinite. There’s been no discussion of doing anything any time soon. We just celebrated 30 years from our first club gig. If anything, our history has afforded us the luxury to be creative and do our own things. If there’s ever that desire to get back together and play shows, that (option) is always there. We’ll always be family and always have that shared history that no one else has. Reuniting is not something we’ve talked about. We’ll just have to wait and see.
Q: Is No Doubt done?
A: To clarify, there’s been no discussion of doing anything in the future, so we’ll see. Dreamcar could go on for a good long while.
Tony pointed out that No Doubt will always be family and have shared experiences together that could never break their bond. We know that posts like this are pretty repetitive but we felt like Tony’s statement was really clarifying of the moment. DREAMCAR is really starting to take off and we’re super thrilled for everyone involved!
In another interview with music-news.com, Tony remains hopefully for a reunion in the future saying, “I think we’re on an indefinite hiatus right now. I would say we will definitely play at some point, but there haven’t been any plans or anything.”
No Doubt has been an obvious and burning topic for reporters in many recent interviews with Tom, Tony and Adrian, and we appreciate their honesty. We’re extremely grateful to have our favorite band still being creative outside of No Doubt and we’re always hoping sooner rather than later for an updates on the band. It’s incredible to see both Gwen and DREAMCAR being successful in their own rights and we’re excited to see what’s next.