Maroon 5 talented vocalist Adam Levine posted a photo of himself on Instagram taken during a morning recording session which raised questions about the possibility of a new song from the band.
As you may recall, Maroon 5 released their new single ‘Nobody’s Love‘ on July 24, 2020, which was inspired by the Covid-19 pandemic and the George Floyd protests. The interesting music video of the song shot by an iPhone in Los Angeles, California.
Last week, the band’s frontman Adam Levine shared a statement on his Instagram account about the creation process of the song. Levine mentioned that they wanted to make the song perfect so that it could ‘give everyone a moment of peace and reflection.’
Recently on Instagram, Adam Levine posted his photo taken during what it seemed to be a morning recording session. On the caption of his post, Adam simply wished a ‘good morning‘ to his fans and followers without sharing more details on the issue:
“Good morning ☀️“
However, Adam also posted a short video via Instagram stories showing his bandmates playing their parts of a song at extraordinary studious at their houses. On the caption of the video, Levine stated they had been struggling to ‘figure out how to be a band‘ during these challenging days, yet they seemed to be doing a good job.
Here’s what Adam Levine stated in his video shared via Instagram stories:
“Figuring out how to be a band right now is tricky… but I love it. And I love these dudes❤️“
You can see the photo Adam Levine posted on his Instagram account below.