No Doubt Hits the Road In New 'Settle Down' Music Video
The music video for their first single in almost 10 years, “Settle Down,” debuted today, July 17, and from the gas station party that's featured in the footage, this band is still truckin' along.
Fans will be happy to see that the group -- comprised of lead singer Gwen Stefani, bass player Tony Kanal, guitarist Tom Dumont and drummer Adrian Young-- has preserved their reggae-pop sound in their “Settle Down” single.
"I think that song, and a lot of the record [Push and Shove], is just about being overwhelmed by so much going on and how to balance all of it. That'd be a good way of summing it up." Stefani, 42, said (via London Daily Mail).
The video certainly gives the impression of a band that is thrilled to reunite, with the members even hugging. The "Settle Down" video was directed by Sophie Muller, who was also the woman behind their wildly popular video "Don't Speak".
“The idea is they are all driving to meet after having had their separate lives over the last 10 years. It’s such a mix of cultures, their band, and what their music is like. We tried to do something that resembled different parts of the world rather than a specific place,” Muller told Rolling Stone.
“Settle Down” is a single off their highly anticipated album Push and Shove, that is set to be released September 25th.
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Also, check out the lyrics to "Settle Down" on DirectLyrics.