Maroon 5 is following Maps back to where it all began on new album V, out Sept. 2.
"It's more along the lines of where we started," singer Adam Levine says. "The tone of the album is still poppy, but it's not as sweet or carefree as (2012's Overexposed). There's more depth and it's a different tone, it's not as self-aware."
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