We’re right in the middle of summer and earlier today, the ‘Good Morning America’ Summer Concert Series brought a reunited No Doubt on stage for a short chat and an energizing performance that was sure to brighten up everyone’s morning.
Before rocking Central Park, they explained the title of their upcoming album ‘Push And Shove.’ “It’s kind of like in any relationship, there’s always a back and forth,” said drummer Adrian Young. “We’re like a family here. There’s a lot of pushin’ and shovin’ going on, including making this record. But when we get on stage, that’s where there’s no pushin’ and shovin’.”
“It felt very much like our DNA, like everything that we are,” Stefani said about ‘Settle Down.’ “The subject is just exactly what I described to you, just trying to make it all work and trying to figure it out.”
She also spoke about the difficulties of producing the album after all these years. “It’s not all fun on the record,” she noted. “There’s always something to complain about. There’s a little bit of being overwhelmed on this record, because it was really hard to try to find the time, you know, with those two little bunny rabbits that I made… It took a long time and it was a real big effort, but totally worth it. The music is just heavenly.”
“The music is just, it’s heavenly. I love it,” she added.
No Doubt’s comeback album ‘Push And Shove’ hits shelves on September 25th.
Watch No Doubt’s GMA Interview Below:
Watch No Doubt Perform ‘Settle Down’ Below:
Watch No Doubt Perform ‘Underneath It All’ Below: