Maroon 5 Album Cover Inspired By Adam Levine’s Addiction To Snapchat

The album is out November 3. Tickets for their tour go on sale the next day.

By Doug Lazy on October 27, 2017
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Maroon 5 guitarist James Valentine tells People magazine that the cover for their new album Red Pill Blues came about, because Adam Levine is so hooked on Snapchat.

“He just trades Snaps with his wife all day when we’re out on tour. they send each other those funny face filters, so just through that he had the idea this would actually be a funny record cover. It seems very much of the moment.”

The way they came up with the title for the album is a little less silly and fun.

“Adam came up with the Red Pill Blues thinking about The Matrix and taking the red pill, taking the blue. Seeing things for the way they are in 2017 is a little depressing, so that’s where the Red Pill Blues came from.”


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