Maroon 5 clearly have a game plan for their upcoming sixth album. After recently topping the Billboard Pop Songs radio airplay chart with their Kendrick Lamar hook-up "Don't Wanna Know," the Adam Levine-led group dropped the audio for the latest rap-assisted single from the as-yet-untitled effort on Tuesday morning (Feb. 14). Teaming up with Future this time around, "Cold" is the second song from the follow-up to 2014's smash V album.
A moody. mid-tempo ode to a lover who has turned, yes, cold, the song finds Levine lamenting that he senses "there's something going on." Picking up no the chilled romance vibe of the track -- which dropped on the eve of Valentine's Day -- Future raps, "Never thought that you was like this/ I took the tag off and made you priceless/ I just spent a half a mill on a chandelier/ Not you trying to cut me off like a lightswitch."
The song is available on all digital retailers and the Rich Lee-directed video is slated to drop on Wednesday (Feb. 15); the band will also perform the song for the first time on TV Wednesday when they drop by The Ellen DeGeneres Show.