Earlier today (July 16) No Doubt released 'Settle Down,' their first new song since 2001's 'Push and Shove.' As we await the video, directed by their long-time collaborator Sophie Muller, some details have emerged that are making us anxious for the video's debut tonight at 8PM on the E! network.

The video reportedly plays up the reunion angle. The band members portrayed as truck drivers on their way to meeting up for the first time in years, with each member's rig customized to fit their personality. Bassist Tony Kanal's truck, for example, reflects his Indian heritage.

"It’s such a mix of cultures, their band, and what their music is like," Muller tells Rolling Stone. "We tried to do something that resembled different parts of the world rather than a specific place."

Muller has directed eight videos for No Doubt, including 'Don't Speak' and 'Sunday Morning,' a partnership she considers to be rewarding. "We collaborate completely," she continues. "I’ve become friends with them. When you have a working relationship with a band, it’s a very comfortable and lovely process." She is also well known for her work with Annie Lennox (solo and with the Eurythmics) and Blur.