Unlike frontwoman Gwen Stefani, who's released two solo albums and lent her lips to a L'Oreal commercial, California rockers No Doubt haven't released an LP in ten years. Their last effort, 2001's Rock Steady, featured the reggae single "Underneath It All."
Here on "Settle Down"--No Doubt's radio-ready lead single off Push and Shove, out Sept. 25--they continue the tropical theme with a little dub mixed in towards the end. Apparently, this song's accompanying video will see the band as truck drivers who reunite after a long hiatus. Sounds about right. Stream "Settle Down" below. [Hypetrak]
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