Adam Levine of Maroon 5 is getting seriously creepy in his band's new music video. Today (Sept. 29), the band dropped its latest music video for "Animals" from its new album V, and it features the typically likeable Levine hunting down and stalking his real-life wife Behati Prinsloo after a chance encounter.
The cinematic music video kicks off with any random happening; Prinsloo walks into the butcher shop that employees Levin, buys some sort of meat product and leaves. Nothing to write home about. Except, the short meeting is more than enough to obsess over for a bespectacled and bearded Levine, who spend the next four minutes hunting down Prinsloo like she's just another pig out for slaughter.
Or a woman uninterested in his love.
He's effectively creepy as this stalker-type, taking dozens of photos of Prinsloo (even as she sleeps), following her to her apartment and bedroom and swinging on some old meat carcasses and smearing himself in blood.
Just in case, you know, the stalking wasn't terrifying enough.
Levine's insanity later leads him to the same club as Prinsloo, and she's understandably uninterested in him. The two end up in bed together anyway, making out totally naked while getting poured in blood, Carrie-style.
Is it all real? A figment of a demented Levine's imagination. Don't know, don't care. This is some scary stuff.
Let's just hope this isn't how they met in real life!
Watch the new music video for Maroon 5's "Animals" below: