In case you didn’t know, Maroon 5 is on the road- touring and getting ready for the release of their third studio album, ‘Hands All Over’, on September 21st. It looks like the band has also been busy documenting footage from their time on the road thus far and as part of that, they’ve released a new webisode, ‘Palm Trees and Powerlines’, featuring some of this live footage.
Details and video after the jump!
If you haven’t seen Maroon 5 in concert, you should. The band’s live performances are every bit as good as their studio albums if not better. I’ve been a fan for a while and seen them live on several occasions and the band always delivers.
And, of course, if you haven’t already pre-ordered a copy of Maroon 5’s upcoming album, ‘Hands All Over’, you should do that too. The album is produced by legendary music producer Mutt Lange. Front-man Adam Levine says, “Mutt really helped us play to the best of our ability. And it drove us to be bigger and better than ever. Everything he does is huge.”
Guitarist James Valentine describes the upcoming album as unlike anything the band has done before, and most everyone seems to feel the same. Even the album’s title track is described as heavier than previous songs, departing from their usual high funk style.
Check out the webisode, ‘Palm Trees and Power Lines’, HERE.