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Looks like Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift may have something of a collaboration in the works!
No Doubt have finally set a title and release date for their long-promised comeback album. Push and Shove will drop on September 25th. But you can get a taste of what's to come July 16th when Gwen Stefani and company debut the single "Settle Down." They've also filmed a video for the song with director Sophie Muller, who created the clip for "Don't Speak" back in the day. The video for "Settle Down" will premiere in early July and the 2nd webisode of them is studio is coming soon.
John Fogerty has announced an October 9th release for Wrote a Song for Everyone, a duets collection featuring his most famous songs. Guests include Bob Seger, Foo Fighters, Jennifer Hudson and Alan Jackson. The track listing is:
1. "Proud Mary" w/Jennifer Hudson and Allen Toussaint
2. "Born on the Bayou" w/Kid Rock
3. "Fortunate Son" w/Foo Fighters
4. "Long as I Can See the Light" w/My Morning Jacket
5. "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" w/Alan Jackson 6. "Who'll Stop the Rain" w/Bob Seger
7. "Hot Rod Heart" w/Brad Paisley
8. "Wrote a Song for Everyone" w/Miranda Lambert
9. "Almost Saturday Night" w/Keith Urban
10. "Someday Never Comes" w/Dawes
The documentary about Mumford and Sons' 2011 train tour will be released on DVD on July 24th. Big Easy Express follows Mumford, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Old Crow Medicine Show as they travel by an old rail car through the Southwest. The film was directed by Emmett Malloy, who's created many music videos as well as the White Stripes documentary Under Great White Northern Lights.
Alternative-pop mainstays Blondie and Devo are teaming up for a tour this September. The co-headlining trek, dubbed the Whip It to Shreds tour, is set to wrap up on September 26th in Chicago which is as close as the tour will come to the Twin Cities. The tour celebrates the 35th anniversary of the first time the two bands shared a bill which happened at The Whiskey in Los Angeles on September 4th, 1977.