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Maroon 5 Unveils 'V' Cover Art & Track-Listing!

Maroon 5 Unveils 'V' Cover Art & Track-Listing!

Maroon 5 has just released the track-listing and cover art for their upcoming album V, which drops on Tuesday, September 2!

The Adam Levine fronted band’s fifth album will welcome back original keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, who took a break from the band during their fourth album Overexposed.

“A lot of our fans would love to hear us make another Songs About Jane type of record, and I think as some point we’ll go back in and make a record in that sort of way, but this is not that type of record,” guitarist James Valentine recently shared to Billboard. “I think it’s a natural evolution for us. The sounds that we’re interested in right now are coming from lots of different arenas, lots of different worlds. It’s not the way we used to make records.”

He added, “And it’s about wanting to be part of the dialogue of what’s happening on radio right now and being a part of that. It’s more of a producer’s medium right now. So right now it’s about experimenting with more of these electronic elements and more of the beats and seeing where that takes us. That seems more exciting right now.”

Click inside for the complete track-listing for V…

1. “Maps”
2. “Animals”
3. “It Was Always You”
4. “Unkiss Me”
5. “Sugar”
6. “Leaving California”
7. “In Your Pocket”
8. “New Love”
9. “Coming Back for You”
10. “Feelings”
11. “My Heart Is Open” ft. Gwen Stefani

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