Yesterday came No Doubt's comeback single, "Settle Down," set to appear on their forthcoming Push And Shove, out September 25 through Interscope. The record is their first in ten years, and their first relevant one in about a dozen or so. So it isn't surprising that the group sounds like they're shaking the rust off.
Now we get a rust-cleansing video for "Settle Down," which features the four members of the band driving trucks to a desert rave, or something. They reunite giddily and then get down to business: acting as bejeweled, anonymous backers for a bejeweled Gwen Stefani. There's a lot going on, in the song and the video both. Take a look below. [Stereogum]
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