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No Doubt Debuts Diplo-Produced 'Push and Shove'

Hear the track Tony Kanal called 'our 'Bohemian Rhapsody''

No Doubt
WILSON WEBB
August 29, 2012 5:20 PM ET

No Doubt debuted their Diplo-produced track "Push and Shove" on Ryan Seacrest's radio show today, giving fans a first listen of the track that bassist Tony Kanal called "our 'Bohemian Rhapsody.'" The track bounces with dancehall swagger and Gwen Stefani's patented attitude but slows down for a massive chorus.

"We want to sound modern but we're still influenced by ska, reggae and Eighties UK bands," Kanal told Rolling Stone earlier this month. "There's no way to escape who we are." Push and Shove is set for release on September 25th.

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