Maroon 5 Set 'Feelings' As Next Single

Maroon 5 performing in 2014.

Maroon 5's "Feelings" will be released to contemporary radio on August 4th

Maroon 5 thought this summer was gonna hurt like a mother... but I guess it didn't hurt enough.

After "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like a Motherf***er" had a commercially unsuccessful run throughout the charts and received lower-than-average radio spins in the United States, Maroon 5 and Interscope Records have announced that "Feelings" will serve as the band's forthcoming radio single, following "This Summer's Gonna Hurt."

"Feelings" will impact contemporary radio stations starting at 3am EST/PST on Tuesday, August 4th. A music video has yet to be confirmed to be filmed or in the works, however we can expect a video later this year.

"Feelings" is a dance-driven post-disco pop song produced by Shellback and OzGo and will serve as the fifth single from Maroon 5's latest studio effort V (2014). It's predecessors "Maps", "Animals", and "Sugar" have all impacted the top 5 on the U.S. Mainstream Singles charts peaking at numbers 2, 1, and 1, respectively. "This Summer's Gonna Hurt" has thus far peaked at number 10 on the tally and at number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

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Maroon 5 Nominated for Best Pop Video at VMA's

Maroon 5 at the 2014 VMA's red carpet event.
Maroon 5's "Sugar" is nominated for Best Pop Video for the MTV VMA's

Earlier today (Tuesday, Jul 21), MTV Networks revealed the full list of nominees and categories for the 32nd annual MTV Video Music Awards. Country-gone-pop superstar Taylor Swift and rapper Kendrick Lamar lead with the most nominations (with 9 and 13, respectively).

Pop rock band Maroon 5 has been nominated for Best Pop Video for their outstanding music video for "Sugar", the third installment from their platinum-selling fifth studio album, V, which dropped last September and was recently re-issued in May, with the inclusion of "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like a Motherf***er."

Maroon 5 has been nominated for an MTV Video Music Award 4 times in their career. They were first nominated twice at the 2004 MTV VMA's for Best Group Video and Best New Artist, winning the latter. In 2007, the band was up for Best Group Video for their number 1 hit "Makes Me Wonder", however did not take home the moon-man. They were up for Best Pop Video again in 2012 for their video for "Payphone", featuring rapper Wiz Khalifa, however did not win that either. 2015 sees Maroon 5's first nomination since 2012, being "Sugar" up for Best Pop Video. At last year's MTV Video Music Awards, Maroon 5 rocked their single "Maps" on the outdoor stage live.

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Luke Bryan Among Other Country Superstars Perform Maroon 5's 'Sugar'

Luke Bryan (left) and Adam Levine each respectively performing on The Today Show.
Luke Bryan, Randy Houser, and more perform "Sugar" live on stage in Nashville

Earlier this week, country superstar Luke Bryan along with Randy Houser, Thomas Rhett, and Dustin Lynch performed a rather diverse country rendition of Maroon 5's chart-topping hit single, "Sugar", taken from their fifth album V.

Luke Bryan is currently on his Kick Up the Dust Tour in North America and performed "Sugar" with Houser, Rhett, and Lynch at the Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on July 11th.

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Top 20 Best Maroon 5 Songs Of All Time (Updated)

Maroon 5 in 2012.
Maroon 5's top 20 best songs of all time are counted down for you

If you were asked to describe explain in detail the diversity and uniqueness that is Maroon 5's catalog, it would be quite an exceedingly, distinctful list. Taking in to account all five of the group's commercially success studio efforts, describing each album would be rather tricky: Songs About Jane (2002) being a funky-R&B-inspired pop record, It Won't Be Soon Before Long (2007) being a slick and solid 80's-influenced pop rock effort, Hands All Over (2010) delivering a unique funk-metal-esque sound, and Overexposed (2012) and V (2014) displaying the band's turnover in to the straight up synthpop realm. Since their introduction into the mainstream commercial world, they have covered all bases of pop and rock music dabbling a little in funk, dance, electronica, disco, reggae, ska, grunge, metal, and even country across all of their albums. Each record is more diverse than it's predecessor, whether it's carrying on from a funk-a-fied sound to a shimmering pop-glistened vibe or crossing the bridge between Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye to Prince, The Police and Sting, the Grammy Award winning L.A. band has proven that they have no boundaries.

With this countdown, I am taking into account other critics' and journalists' top Maroon 5 songs lists, reviewing Rolling Stone reviews of each of the band's albums, hearing out my followers in my interactions on Twitter asking them what song should be number one, and taking into consideration of Maroon 5's most commercially productive hits. No need to worry, this countdown won't be too glazed with "Moves Like Jagger"'s and "Payphone"'s. However, some of the band's biggest and best-selling international hits have been their best taking to account "Daylight" and "She Will Be Loved." This countdown will not feature any material from the band's b-side releases, live albums, EP's, nor will include cover songs, Adam's solo material, or any songs featuring Adam Levine or the members of Maroon 5; only tracks strictly taken from the band's five commercial album releases.

So without further a adieu, here are the top 20 Maroon 5 songs of all time.

20. "My Heart Is Open" feat. Gwen Stefani, from the album V (2014)

19. "Never Gonna Leave This Bed", from the album Hands All Over (2010)

18. "Makes Me Wonder", from the album It Won't Be Soon Before Long (2007)

17. "Nothing Lasts Forever", from the album It Won't Be Soon Before Long (2007)

16. "Sweetest Goodbye", from the album Songs About Jane (2002)

15. "Just a Feeling", from the album Hands All Over (2010)

14. "Must Get Out", from the album Songs About Jane (2002)

13. "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like a Motherf***er", from the album V (Reissue/2015)

12. "Shiver", from the album Songs About Jane (2002)

11. "How", from the album Hands All Over (2010)

10. "This Love", from the album Songs About Jane (2002)

9. "Sugar", from the album V (2014)

8. "Secret", from the album Songs About Jane (2002)

7. "Won't Go Home Without You", from the album It Won't Be Soon Before Long (2007)

6. "The Sun", from the album Songs About Jane (2002)

5. "Daylight", from the album Overexposed (2012)

4. "Harder to Breathe", from the album Songs About Jane (2002)

3. "She Will Be Loved", from the album Songs About Jane (2002)

2. "One More Night", from the album Overexposed (2012)

1. "Sunday Morning", from the album Songs About Jane (2002)

What do you think of this list? Do you agree with the #1 pick? What songs should have made the countdown that didn't? Let us know on Twitter via @M5NewsRoom or comment on the article below!

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Maroon 5 May Collaborate With Rascal Flatts

Rascal Flatts (left) and Adam Levine of Maroon 5.
Rascal Flatts' frontman says he may be working with Adele, P!nk, and Maroon 5

In an interview with CBS earlier this week, contemporary country trio Rascal Flatts spoke out about their future endevours as a band, touring, and working on their highly anticipated tenth studio effort, a follow-up to their 2014 album Rewind.

In the interview, frontman, songwriter, and guitarist Gary LeVox told CBS that he would enjoy working with the likes of many pop bands and artists. The singer hinted at possibly working with pop singer P!nk, singer-songwriter Adele, and even Maroon 5 for their upcoming album.

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Sam Farrar Releases Catalog of 'Airport' Songs on Milk Music

Sam Farrar touring with Maroon 5 in 2015.
Maroon 5 tourist Sam Farrar releases new "airport" songs to Samsung app

Last month, it was announced that Maroon 5 tourist and MPC/keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire released a catalog of airport songs to Milk Music, an app catered by Samsung.

Milk Music is a an online web streaming service and a music app for Samsung device users, made for curating music and exclusive content for it's subscribers. You can download Milk Music for your Samsung device right now by downloading it on Google Play. Or sign up for the Milk Music free-trial for the online web streaming service.

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