Lady Antebellum Collaboration Surfaces on New Maroon 5 Album
Maroon 5 spent the last three months hyping attention for their new album, “Hands All Over”, by releasing one single at a time. Now with only days before the album finally hits stores and its third single hitting the airwaves and music channels as of yesterday, the said album is already on the internet – thanks to pirates – with most of the tracks available for download.
Talk about all for nothing…
But the band is not dwelling over the situation. With their first two singles – the upbeat “Misery” which featured a completely battered Adam Levine in the video, and an equally upbeat “Give a Little More” which features the band clad in ‘80s pop attire, reminiscent of Menudo or New Kids on the Block – being received by fans and music stations positively, the prospects of their new release making it big in the charts and in sales is still a huge possibility, despite the leakage.
Just in time for the release of “Hands” is their third single, “Out of Goodbyes” which is a collaborative effort with one of the hottest country acts today, Lady Antebellum. The track features lyrics penned by lead singer Levine and music from Levine and guitarists James Valentine and Jesse Carmichael. The video for the track is yet to hit music channels.
“Hands All Over”, Maroon 5’s third studio effort and their follow-up to “It Won’t Be Soon Before Long” will hit stores on September 21, Tuesday. The band is currently on the road in support of the forthcoming release.