By Will Robinson
February 09, 2016 at 12:00 PM EST
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A new Gwen Stefani solo album is getting nearer. The singer and judge on The Voice took to Twitter to share the track list for her upcoming third record.

The photo is accompanied with the caption “This Is What the Truth Feels Like…,” which might be the name of Stefani’s first individual effort since 2006’s The Sweet Escape. She and No Doubt released Push and Shove in 2012. The single “Used to Love You” is included in the list.

Stefani told EW in October whatever winds up on her new album was made on a second pass: She scrapped a whole album.

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“It didn’t feel right,” Stefani said. “I didn’t feel fulfilled. That record with Benny [Blanco] was done that way because I had just given birth and had just started on The Voice and felt like I should do something in music, but what was I going to do? There wasn’t enough time. So I tried to make a record where I was just kind of involved — which is how a lot of people do it, but it didn’t work for me.”

The record, which Stefani has labeled a “breakup album” inspired by her divorce from Gavin Rossdale, has no release date yet.

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