Maroon five have unleashed their music video to support new single "Payphone". It follows its frontman Adam Levine as he tries to save lots of his feminine co-worker when some thieves barge in their workplace. sadly, he's mistakenly pursued together of the robbers by the cops.
"I work at a bank and that i wear these glasses that are extremely a little creepy and perhaps create me appear as if a toddler molester," he told MTV News. "It's a true go-for-it, swing-for-the-fences video, i buy brave and that i steal a gun from one in all the fellows and check out to be a bad-ass, that is weird, as a result of i am not a badass."
Due to the gun and violence exposure, Levine was aware that the clip may be to a small degree an excessive amount of for TV. He explained, "We set to reasonably not play by the foundations, as so much because the typical video goes; i am sick of seeing simply a band enjoying a song in an exceedingly video, i feel it's fun to do to try to to one thing way more totally different."
"I like to write video treatments; i might truly professionally write treatments. i do not even wish to direct something. I simply love arising with outlandish, fun things that I've invariably needed to try to to," he stated. "I do not assume they're going to be ready to play it on MTV truly, as a result of there is guns in it."
"Payphone" options Wiz Khalifa and is taken from Maroon 5's next studio installment "Overexposed", that is due within the us on June twenty six. Its newly-premiered music video was directed by Sam Bayer.