Maroon 5 has a new label and a new album on the way. Today (May 19), the Adam Levine-fronted rock band announced it will release its fifth studio album, fittingly titled V, on Sept. 2.
According to the band's Facebook page, Maroon 5 has inked a deal with Interscope Records after its former home A&M/Octone was absorbed by the major label. Maroon 5 will release V with its new label this fall, with a single due out this summer.
A Live Nation-sponsored world tour will also surround the release of V.
And though V finds Maroon 5 at a new label home, the group is reuniting with an old friend: keyboardist Jesse Carmichael returned to the band for its fifth studio album, after taking a hiatus during the Overexposed era.
A tracklist and album cover have yet to be unveiled for V, but the album's producers have been named. Maroon 5 worked with big name producers Max Martin, Benny Blanco, Ryan Tedder, Shellback and Sam Martin on the new album, likely guaranteeing the poppy track that has found the band so much success in recent years.
V will be Maroon 5's fifth studio album and first release since its 2012 album Overexposed. That album gave the band four top 10 Billboard singles, including "One More Night" and "Moves Like Jagger." The former track topped the Hot 100 for a whopping nine weeks.