4 In The Morning
Gwen Stefani switches the tempo for her latest track, the introspective ballad, `4 In The Morning'. It's released as a CD single on June 18th through Interscope records.
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`4 In The Morning' sees Gwen reunited with No Doubt band member Tony Kanal who co-wrote and produced the track. "I started writing `4 In The Morning' when I was pregnant with Kingston and then totally forgot about it," says Gwen. "I came across it as the album was almost done and got together with Tony to finish the track. It's funny how the final track we recorded has ended up being my favourite."
The accompanying video directed by Sophie Muller also shows a different side to Gwen. Instead of the super-stylised Gwen we've seen rocking it in LAMB and Westwood, we see a raw Gwen, at home and behind closed doors.
The single will be available with club remixes by Thin White Duke aka Stuart Price. It is the first time he has remixed a Gwen single since his take on `What You Waiting For' which went on to become a club classic.
Full dates are below:
09/20/07 Glasgow, UK - SECC
09/22/07 Manchester, UK - MEN Arena
09/25/07 Birmingham, UK - NIA
09/28/07 London, UK - Wembley Arena
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