Gwen Stefani might be sitting out the forthcoming Voice season for particularly good reason — her next new solo album is just around the corner, she revealed on Twitter last night (February 9).

On the heels of "Used To Love You," which the No Doubt frontwoman released in October, Stefani shared an image of 12 tracks from her forthcoming third LP, This Is What The Truth Feels Like, which will be released on March 18.

Target confirmed the track list in a statement, and noted its exclusive version of the album will feature four additional tracks called "Rocket Ship," "Getting Warmer," "Obsessed" and "Splash."

Between "Misery," "Red Flag" and "Me Without You," it sounds like glumness will be a recurring theme ("Used To Love You" was about her very public divorce from Gavin Rossadle in 2015). Still, "You're My Favorite," "Where Would I Be??" and "Rare" might provide a complementary upswing.

And though she's not performing at the upcoming Grammy Awards, Gwen has got some big plans for Monday night's show — she announced this morning (February 10) via Twitter that she'll appear in the very first live music video for "Make Me Like You," a single set for a February 12 release date, during a commercial break. "This is big," she wrote with the news.

Target added that the video will feature "multiple sets and costume changes in real time," and noted fans can also watch through Periscope, Facebook Live and Snapchat. For better or worse, the live production will become the single's permanent video.

What's your reaction to Gwen's potential new track names, and what are you hoping to see from her next video? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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