For No Doubt‘s latest Instagram post, the group has gone with the Halloween theme to share a throwback photo of the whole band.
No Doubt is known for being a four-piece group but this photo consists of six members. On tour, trombonist Gabrial McNair and trumpeter Stephen Bradley performed with them. The post didn’t specify when the photo had been taken but apparently the image was a pre-social media era shot. The slightly grainy shot hinted that the picture could have been made in the early 2000s.
On the far left, bassist Tony Kanal sported blond hair that was shorter on the sides and longer on the top. He rocked fake blood pouring down the side of his face while he smirked at the camera as he held a glass. McNair and Bradley both wore sunglasses and were rocking leather jackets.
The band’s drummer, Adrian Young, had a huge black eye with little bits of fake blood drooling down his face to hit his neck. Young, who was known for his mohawk, was sporting the edgy hairstyle in the shot. On the far right, guitarist Tom Dumont also was snapped with a glass in his hand, a black eye and blond hair and he wore a scarf under a studded black jacket.
Gwen Stefani, the lead singer of the group, owned her blond locks which she wore down and wavy. Plenty of fake blood had been dripping down her neck and then trickled down to her chest area. The “Underneath It All” hitmaker wore a black cropped shirt and a coat over the top while giving a subtle smile to the camera. Stefani’s signature fashion statement consists of red lips and she appeared to be rocking that look in the vintage photo.
In the span of 20 hours, the post racked up more than 5,800 likes, proving to be a hit with their followers.
“Those were the good old days,” one user wrote.
“Get back together #tk25tour,” another demanded.
“Hope to see you guys on stage together in 2020 #TK25TOUR,” a third shared.
“2020 tour! The No Doubters are out here waiting for y’all. Lol,” a fourth fan remarked.
Lots of the comments from fans were about the band reuniting for a tour. Last month, they celebrated their iconic Tragic Kingdom, as the album turned 24-years-old. On his Instagram account, Adrian suggested that the band should play some shows for its 25th anniversary. No Doubt has yet to make an official announcement as to whether or not they will return to the stage next year but their group Instagram account is very active with nostalgic posts.