Published Jun 12, 2012Since reforming in 2009 and embarking on an enormous North American tour, sorta ska-informed pop stars No Doubt have been promising new material but refusing to deliver. Now, however, they've announced the details for their sixth full-length.
According to a post from the band's website, the new album will be called Push and Shove. If that sounds familiar to you, you might recall that the band tweeted a picture of themselves working with Major Lazer last summer. Back then, it was reported that their collaboration with Diplo and Switch's dub project would be called "Push and Shove."
Now, snippets of "Push and Shove" can be streamed below. According to the YouTube description, the track also features a guest appearance from Busy Signal and will be the only collaboration of its kind on the record.
Push and Shove is set to drop on September 25. Prior to that, the group will release a single called "Settle Down" on July 16.
Here's the full statement, as it appears on No Doubt's site:
Hope you are sitting down because we've got some really big news to share with you! While adding the finishing touches to our new album we realized it was time to name it…so we did, and the name is…(drum roll please)…Push and Shove !!!
We also want to let you know that the first single from Push and Shove will be "Settle Down" and we'll be filming the video for it this week with our longtime friend and collaborator Sophie Muller. Very exciting!
We can't wait to share it all with you. See you out there soon.
Oh and P.S…Webisode #2 is on it's way. Stay tuned!
Gwen, Tony, Tom & Adrian