Listen: No Doubt Debuts New Reggae-Inflected Single 'Settle Down'

The group reunites for their first album in 11 years, dubbed "Push and Shove."
Billy Kidd

Gwen Stefani and the guys of No Doubt have unveiled "Settle Down," the first single off their upcoming album, Push and Shove, and it's a summery, reggae-inflected track featuring frontwoman Stefani's unmistakably husky voice.

"Get in line and settle down," she repeats in the song. Listen here.

As previously reported, the corresponding music video will premiere Monday on E! at 8 p.m.

According to Rolling Stone, the video's concept has Stefani and the gang (including bassist Tony Kanal) playing truck drivers who meet up for a reunion bash after a long separation.

Push and Shove, slated for release Sept. 25, is the band’s first studio effort since 2001’s Rock Steady, which peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 and has gone double platinum. Since then, Stefani had released two solo albums and the group briefly reunited for multiple live performances in 2009.

The group will perform at the 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival in September on a roster including Pink, Green Day and Rihanna.