[lastfm]Maroon 5[/lastfm] have just released their new single “Misery.” The track is the lead single from the band’s upcoming third studio album Hands All Over, which is due out in the U.S. on September 21.
Speaking about the song, frontman [lastfm]Adam Levine[/lastfm] told MTV, it’s about “the desperation of wanting someone really badly in your life but having it be very difficult.”
He added, “Kind of what all the songs I write are about. I’m not treading on new ground, but I think a lot of people – including myself – deal with that all the time. Relationships are difficult, and it’s good therapy to write about them.”
Levine’s current girlfriend Anne Vyalitsyna is featured as the leading lady in the music video for “Misery,” which was directed by Joseph Kahn.