On Friday, September 26, E! News showed a sneak peek of Maroon 5's new music video for their song "Animals." The song is the second single from the fifth album from the band, aptly titled "V."
In the video, Levine has his sights set on a beautiful woman, as always. Direct Lyrics says Levine "secretly chases her on the streets and takes a thousand pictures of her without her noticing."
The song is at radio now and climbing the Top 40 chart fast, according to Headline Planet. By mid-week the song that just entered the chart last week could be as high as top 25. Though no official release date for the video -- which was shot in downtown L.A. last month -- has been announced, the band did post on Twitter last week that it is "coming soon." It is expected to arrive this week.
By the way, the beautiful woman that Levine stalks in the "Animals" video is his real-life wife, Victoria's Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo.
See different parts of Friday night's tease in two separate videos that were posted to Instagram.
Maroon 5's V has already produced the hit song "Maps" and as The Inquisitr previously noted, the album debuted at number one.
It's a good time to be Adam Levine. In addition to having another hit album with one song that's proven to be a smash already, Levine is back in the spinning chair as the hit TV show The Voice returned last week.
Levine, along with Blake Shelton and new judges Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani, performed No Doubt's hit song "Hella Good" as part of the season opener. That song, by the way, was co-written by Pharrell, and as The Inquisitr previously reported, Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine have a duet on the new Maroon 5 album. So, it's safe to say while it's new to fans of The Voice to see these four working together, it's not exactly new.
Maroon 5 recently announced a tour that will take the band throughout the United States and across the globe in 2015, but the live performance buzz has already begun with their set at the iTunes Festival, Express reports. Maroon 5 played a medley of classics, starting out with their first-ever single, "Harder to Breathe." That song is more than 10-years-old -- hard to believe. Other songs from the album "Songs About Jane" that the band performed included "She Will Be Loved" and "This Love."
With Levine's wife at the venue, he politely refused one fan's request that was written on a sign, "Can I Lick You?"