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Three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning multiplatinum band Maroon 5 announce their new single “Cold” featuring Future, released at all digital retailers TODAY, February 14th through 222 Records/Interscope. “Cold” marks Maroon 5’s first official collaboration with Future. Click HERE to listen!
In conjunction with the release of their new single, Maroon 5 are scheduled to deliver the first television performance of “Cold” on Ellen TOMORROW, February 15th.
In addition to the release of their new single, Maroon 5 will also premiere the music video for “Cold” on Vevo this Wednesday, February 15th. For the video, the band re-teamed with director Rich Lee (Eminem, Nicki Minaj, Will.I.Am), who helmed the music video for their hit single “Love Somebody” which amassed over 114 Million YouTube/VEVO views and counting. The video for “Cold” takes the viewer on a wild excursion with front man Adam Levine to a visually exciting, fun, sexy and dark party and adds yet another unforgettable visual clip to the band’s music video catalog.
The release of “Cold” follows on the heels of Maroon 5’s most recent single release, “Don’t Wanna Know,” which tallied the bands 12th Hot 100 top 10, making them the most successful group on the charts history. The single also notably entered #1 on the Billboard Top Tracks, scoring the group’s third chart-topping start which reached #1 on iTunes, Top 40 and Hot AC charts.
The band is currently finishing the final leg of their world tour. The North American dates will kick off on February 20th in Milwaukee, WI. (see routing below). When the tour wraps in March, the band will have played over 120 concerts in 30+ countries with more than 2,500,000 fans in attendance.
MAROON 5 2017 DATES
February 20th Milwaukee, WI BMO Harris Bradley Center ***
February 22nd Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena ***
February 24th Montreal, QC Bell Centre ***
February 27th Quebec, QC Videotron Centre ***
March 3rd Cincinnati, OH US Bank Arena ***
March 5th Rochester, NY Blue Cross Arena ***
March 7th Albany, NY Times Union Center ***
March 8th Buffalo, NY First Niagara Center ***
April 29th New Orleans, LA New Orleans Jazz Fest ^
May 26th Napa, CA BottleRock Napa Valley ^
September 1st Aspen, CO Aspen Snowmass JAS Experience ^
September 2nd Aspen, CO Aspen Snowmass JAS Experience ^
September 3rd Aspen, CO Aspen Snowmass JAS Experience ^
September 16th Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Rock N Rio ^
** Tove Lo supporting; Phases opening
*** Tinashe supporting; R.City opening
^ Festival Dates