It's been more than a decade since No Doubt's last album, but the Southern California ska rockers are finally gearing up for a comeback.
On Monday, the band -- fronted by Gwen Stefani -- revealed the title of their studio follow-up to 2001's Rock Steady by posting a note on their website.
"Hope you are sitting down because we've got some really big news to share with you!" they wrote. "While adding the finishing touches to our new album we realized it was time to name it ... so we did, and the name is ... (drum roll please) ... Push and Shove!!!"
But that wasn't all. No Doubt also announced that Push and Shove -- the band's sixth studio release -- will drop on Sept. 25. Their first single, "Settle Down," is currently slated for release on July 16, and the band revealed that the music video is being filmed this week.
In 2001, Rock Steady peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 and was a commercial success for No Doubt, selling over two million copies in the U.S.
No Doubt previously revealed that they're working with production team Major Lazer on the album. Diplo and Switch reportedly produced album's title track. Other potential tracks include "Undone," "Heaven" and "One More Summer," although the band has yet to reveal the album's official tracklisting.
Meanwhile, Stefani and the boys are set to make their live performance return at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards on July 22, where the band will perform "Settle Down."
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