No Doubt's new video asks fans to 'Settle Down'
No Doubt is reuniting for their new album "Push and Shove" coming out September 25th. The band recently made the video for the albums' first single, "Settle Down," and -- based on the behind-the-scenes video below a good time was had by all.
Directed by Sophie Muller, the video's concept revolves around each band member having their own big-rig truck and reuniting at a crazy party. Adrian Young, Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, and Tom Dumont each start in a different location -- their home, India, Harajuku -- to meet with the band.
A fitting concept for a group that formed in 1986, but whose last album "Rock Steady" came out in 2001. Since then both Stefani and guitarist Dumont have released solo albums.
"Push and Shove" is their first joint venture since the chart-topping albums "No Doubt" and "Tragic Kingdom".
With rhythmic Jamaican beats, colorful lights, and plenty of dancers, the video and song look like a hit waiting to happen.
What do you think? Do you think No Doubt can reclaim the Billboard charts? Are you excited for their new album?