A few days before releasing their latest album "Push and Shove", No Doubt unveil the second groovy single off the studio set. Titled "Looking Hot", the Euro dance track boasts upbeat tempo with a touch of ska breakdown, which is the Gwen Stefani-fronted band's early trademark before they recently jumped into dance music genre.
"I know you want to stare/ You cant help it and I don't care (I don't care)/ So look at me cos that's what I want (That's what I want)," Gwen sings in the verse before spitting the flirty chorus, "Do you think I'm looking hot?/ Do you think this hits the spot?/ How is this looking on me looking on me?"
"Looking Hot" serves as the follow-up to "Settle Down", which was released in July. The Anaheim-based band will release their sixth album "Push and Shove" in the United States on Tuesday, September 25.
Teaming up with Target, they will also release a deluxe edition of the album which will feature five exclusive tracks. "Working with Target, you always know you're going to get something great, because everyone's so into it and motivated and inspired," Gwen tells ET.
Speaking about the creative process of No Doubt's first album in over a decade, the mother of two gushes, "We were just trying to make a great record that had all of the inspirations that we love and just be really modern."