No Doubt have been working on their comeback album—their first in over 10 years—for what seems like forever. But now there's an end in sight! The SoCal ska-punk-pop outfit will release their yet-to-be-titled sixth album on September 25. Hell yes.
The quartet made the announcement in a YouTube video over the weekend. "There's one piece of information we've held out and today might be the day to tell you," bassist Tony Kanal says. "Our album is coming out... September 25!" the band then says in unison. There you have it. Watch the full video above.
In previous updates on their official Twitter, the band has said that the whole album was recorded with producer Mark "Spike" Stent, who worked on their last album Rock Steady, and that producers Diplo and Switch also contributed. The album is set to include songs "Settle Down" and "One More Summer," too.
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