To celebrate today’s release of No Doubt’s new album, Push And Shove, the Anaheim, CA quartet has released a video for the title track.
“We’re starting to rehearse…which is really exciting and hard but hilarious at the same time. I’ve been doing the set and — Tony calls it Jazzercising,” Stefani laughs.
No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani On Releasing Push And Shove: “Unread Right For Process Alaska” (Google Transcription Fail)
Google’s automated transcription turns No Doubt’s otherwise serious behind-the-scenes webisode into a laugh-out-loud comedy.
“‘We gotta write the prom song, come on!’ You know? That feeling of that slow dance,” Gwen Stefani says of the band’s new album.
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“His technique and ability is just mind blowing! The idea of him working with us on this record is classic,” said Gwen Stefani of working with El Mac on the Push And Shove album art.
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