No Doubt achieved mainstream commercial success in the 1990s with their album, "Tragic Kingdom," which featured ska-infused hits like "Don't Speak," "Just A Girl," and "Spiderwebs." The band was part of the revival of the ska genre, which combined rock and punk music with Caribbean beats and the brass accompaniment of Jazz and R&B.
No Doubt lead singer Gwen Stefani has had an incredibly successful solo career in the last decade, with hits like "Hollaback Girl and "The Sweet Escape," debuting a clothing line L.A.M.B. and touring with a group of Harajuku back-up dancers.
"We are incredibly excited to share the new music with you. Ear candy coming your way!" the band said in a statement earlier this year.
"Thank you all so much for your support over the last 25 years. We're really proud of our new album and we hope you love it as much as we do."
UPDATE: This video for "Settle Down" debuted Monday night:
*Correction: This post originally incorrectly stated that Diplo produced "Settle Down." Spike Stent produced the track for No Doubt. Diplo produced the album's title track "Push and Shove."
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