Credit: n/aBubbly ska alt-rockers No Doubt are readying the studio assault of an 11-year comeback, titled Push and Shove, the Cali-based band announced this morning via their official website. Following a drop date back in May, in which the quartet revealed as September 25, news of a single was announced in tandem, that’ll give all y’all spiderweb walkers something sticky to chew on over the summer – a tune dubbed “Settle Down,” promised by July 16. Though the band alludes that a video for said single may come even sooner, wording that Sophie Muller, the very same directorial talent on all those hits of late Gen X yore – “Don’t Speak,” “Simple Kind of Life” – will helm production, detailing it “will premiere in early July.” Until then, there’s always that cheeky love song, “Underneath it All,” about Gavin Rossdale that explains some of what the hell front frontwoman Gwen Stefani has been doing for a decade. High fives to those of you who can remember the lyrics to DJ Lady Saw’s mid-song take-over:

You are my real Prince Charmin’
Like the heat from the fire
You were always burnin’
And each time you’re around
My body keeps stalin’
For your touch
Your kisses and your sweet romancin’
There’s an underside to you
That so many adore
Aside from your temper
Everything else secure
You’re good for me, baby
Oh that, I’m sure
Over and over again
I want more