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No Doubt Reveal Title for Long-Delayed Album

'Push and Shove' will hit stores in September

June 12, 2012 8:40 AM ET
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Gwen Stefani of No Doubt performs at the F1 Rocks Singapore concert at Fort Canning Park in Singapore.
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No Doubt have revealed on their website that their first album in a decade will be titled Push and Shove, to be released on September 25th. According to the band's message, they are still in the process of finishing the record but will film a video for the record's first single, "Settle Down," later this week. The clip will be directed by the group's longtime collaborator Sophie Muller, who made the videos for many of their singles including "Don't Speak," "Excuse Me Mr.," "Sunday Morning," "Hey You," "Simple Kind of Life," "Bathwater" and "Underneath It All." The "Settle Down" video will debut on July 16th.

Push and Shove has been in the works for some time now. The record was originally promised for a 2009 release, but according to singer Gwen Stefani, life got in the way of those plans. "A lot of stuff happened during that time period," Stefani told Rolling Stone last June. "Marriages, babies and, for me, two records and two clothing lines. So if you really worked out the math, you'd be like, 'Wow, you guys are going fast.'"

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