September 26, 2012 02:10:37 GMT
Gwen Stefani and her three bandmates hit the streets at night and party with Busy Signal and Major Lazer in the black-and-white clip.
No Doubt gave double treats to their fans on Tuesday, September 25. In addition to releasing their highly-anticipated comeback album "Push and Shove" on the day, the Gwen Stefani-fronted band drop a music video in support of the title track of the record.
The newly-released black-and-white clip sees Gwen and her bandmates, Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont and Andrian Young, having fun like teenagers as they hit the streets at night and dance around crazily. Also featured in the video is Jamaican dancehall artist Busy Signal and producer duo Major Lazer.
While promoting "Push and Shove", the Anaheim quartet recently stopped by MTV News and shared what were their favorite songs in the album. Bassist Kanal gushed, " 'Undercover' is a song I'm super in love with right now, because it was the first song we wrote on this album. It was the breakthrough song."
Guatarist Dumont added, "I love all the songs on the album, and I think for me, personally, I love albums the most where you don't have to forward past filler, and I don't want to presume to make that judgment on our album, but for me, I feel like every song is pretty awesome."
Gwen and drummer Young, meanwhile, picked the titular song as their favorite track. " 'Push and Shove' has something really exciting about it," said Young. "We were in New York with Sophie Muller, and we did a one-camera, one-light shoot on the streets of New York, and even though it's not an official single, we made a video for it anyway, because we were really excited to put some visuals behind it."
No Doubt's "Push and Shove" Music Video