No Doubt Reveal New Reggae-Flavored 'Push and Shove' Single (Audio)
The band follows “Settle Down” with a song that bounces across various genres and tempos.
No Doubt has revealed their “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
This according to bassist Tony Kanal, who likened their new track “Push and Shove” to the Queen classic in an interview with Rolling Stone.
The track, which follows “Settle Down” as the second single off No Doubt’s comeback album, wildly crosses various genres and tempos, bouncing between reggae-infused beats and a slow, swooning chorus. The Diplo-produced song also features Major Lazer and Busy Signal.
“Push and Shove” made its world premiere on Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS-FM radio show Wednesday. Listen below.
To promote their first new release in more than a decade, Gwen Stefani and co. are set to perform on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Sept. 25, the same day the album will hit shelves. “One of No Doubt's very first stops on their reunion tour in 2009 was The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” the band wrote on Facebook. “It's time to continue that tradition! The band will perform live on the show again next month during Push And Shove release week.”
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