Take a peek at Gwen Stefani singing some lines and Adrian Young beating his drums when they hit studio in Santa Monica for No Doubt's upcoming album.
Just a few days after announcing release date for their new album, No Doubt post a video from their recording sessions in Santa Monica as part of their webisode series. It takes fans inside the room where the band crafted a new song called "Push & Shove". They said, "Of all the songs on the album, this is the only collaboration of it's kind. Enjoy!"
In the video, Gwen Stefani sings some lines, "You push and shove/ I take the bait/ it's a risky business/ Gonna play it anyway," while Adrian Young beats the drums. The new song is a collaboration between No Doubt, producer duo Major Lazer and Jamaican artist Busy Signal for the new album that will come out in the United States on September 25.
"We are so doing cool hours," Tony Kanal gushed to the camera. "We come in at 09:30 or 10 in the morning because we're all up early. I was up at 06:30 this morning with my daughter. So I got to spend a few hours with her and then head into the studio."
Recalling how they ended up working with Major, he said, "We got a call from Jimmy [Iovine] and [he said], 'You should meet these guys. They really want to work with No Doubt.' We had heard of Major Lazer and we had heard of Diplo and Switch. I reached out to them and said, 'Do you have anything or do you want to work on something together?' We all got in the studio together and worked on this track."