No Doubt name their new album and comeback single

The band's long awaited follow-up to 2001's 'Rock Steady' will come out in late September

No Doubt name their new album and comeback single

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No Doubt have revealed that their long-awaited new studio album will be titled 'Push And Shove' and that it will be released in September.

The US band, who are fronted by singer Gwen Stefani, had previously revealed that their new LP will be released on September 25 in the US and September 24 in the UK, and have now given the album a title. The album will be preceded by a single, which is titled 'Settle Down' and which will be released on July 16.

Writing on their official website Nodoubt.com, the band announced their new album by saying: "Hope you are sitting down because we’ve got some really big news to share with you! While adding the finishing touches to our new album we realised it was time to name it, so we did, and the name is 'Push and Shove'."

The band had originally intended to release the follow-up to their 2001 effort 'Rock Steady' before Christmas last year, but revealed in September that they had pushed back its release date so they could "make sure it's the best album we can possibly make".

Other tracks which have been slated to appear on the record previously included 'Undercover', 'Easy', 'Heaven' and 'Dreaming The Same Dream', although the band are yet to reveal any of the album's tracklisting.

They previously revealed that they were working with production team Major Lazer, aka super producers Switch and Diplo, as part of the album sessions.

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