The media was paying attention last night! No Doubt Tweeted earlier that they have been working with electronic duo (featuring Diplo) Major Lazer the past couple nights in the studio. Several sites are claiming that the are working on the newly revealed track “Push and Shove”. We’re not quite sure if that is the song they are working on together or if it was just mentioned around the same time. I guess we will have to see! Major Lazer are known for some amazing remixes (including some awesome dancehall and reggae ones).
SPIN — No Doubt are hard at work on their first album since 2001’s Rock Steady and Gwen Stefani and Co. have roped in some surprising collaborators for the record. The band announced via Twitter that Major Lazer (Diplo and Switch’s electro-dance act) for a track titled “Push and Shove.” No Doubt have previously revealed they’re working with producer Mark “Spike” Stent (who’s worked with Madonna and Depeche Mode) for the set, which they’re slated to finish recording in two months.
NME — No Doubt have announced that they have teamed up with production team Major Lazer on their forthcoming album.
The band posted a picture on their Twitter of themselves with super producers Diplo and Switch, who make up Major Lazer.
They wrote: “Happening in the studio right now” and revealed the track they were working on was called ‘Push And Shove’ with the production superstars.
Major Lazer have recently collaborated with Beyonce on ‘Run The World (Girls)’ as well as with Nicola Roberts on her debut solo single ‘Beat Of My Drum’.
Last month, No Doubt said they were close to completing their new album, which will be their first since 2001’s ‘Rock Steady’. They have been working with Madonna and Depeche Mode producer Mark ‘Spike’ Stent for their new record, which is expected to be wrapped up in the next two months.
They have been working on the record since 2008, but took a break after singer Gwen Stefani became pregnant. The band have spent the bulk of 2011 recording tracks at Stent’s Santa Monica studio, with songs on their new album rumoured to include ‘One More Summer’ and ‘Settle Down’.