Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Yes, No Doubt Offer a Sneak Peek at Horn-Heavy New Album 'Push and Shove'
Stefani later explains that "all the reggae, dancehall-y type songs have horns." It seems that there will be more of those island-inspired tracks on this record than the there were on band's 2001 effort Rock Steady, as Stefani also insists, "I'm surprised how many songs actually have horns on this record. I don't even think the last album had this many."
Push and Shove drops September 25 on Interscope. The band has already filmed a video for the first single, "Settle Down," with longtime collaborator Sophie Muller.
No Doubt fans couldn't be more excited about Push and Shove, the band's first full-length album in over a decade. Though Gwen Stefani and crew have yet to release the album's lead single, they've been posting behind-the-scenes video webisodes that have provided some clues about what to expect: Horns, and lots of them.