Adam Levine Announces Big Maroon 5 News

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Adam Levine might be focused on his role as a coach on The Voice, but that doesn’t mean he’s forgotten about his band. In fact, Levine just announced major news about Maroon 5, so get ready.

On Wednesday (Oct. 4), Levine revealed that Maroon 5 has a new album coming out, and you can pre-order it this Friday (Oct. 6)! While he didn’t give away too many details, the Los Angeles native did reveal the album title, and now fans can officially begin their countdown to new music.

“New album #RedPillBlues. Pre-order on 10.6.17,” Levine wrote on Twitter alongside an image for the album. The picture is a Polaroid with the title of the album, Red Pill Blues, and Maroon 5’s name in the top left corner, reminiscent of old pictures where the date would be printed in the corner.

Red Pill Blues will be the band’s sixth studio album, and first record since 2014 when they released V. Last week the group released a single off the upcoming album, which will be featured as the second song on the album, due out next month.

Maroon 5 shared their entire record’s track list on Twitter (along with GIFS) the same day that Levine shared the pre-order news on his personal account. According to the band, the album will feature 10 tracks beginning with “Best 4 U,” and ending with “Closure.”

To see the full track list, you can check out Maroon 5’s Twitter page, or see the list here. While there are only 10 songs listed at this time, it’s been three years since we’ve received a new record from the band, which formed back in 1994, while the men were still in high school, and that’s way too long in the eyes of the group’s fans.

Red Pill Blues drops on November 3, 2017.

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