Adam Levine on Maroon 5: 'We're stronger than ever'
Hitmaker Adam Levine, of Maroon 5 fame, has revealed he feels that his band is 'stronger' than ever and they've really learned how to be the best they can be.
Speaking to Britain's The Sun newspaper, the 'Maps' singer explained that they are all embracing their love of pop music, which means they're producing really solid music because they're not trying to fit into any other role:
"Maroon 5 are a lot stronger than we have been in the past. We know what we are good at and that's pop music. There isn't one member of Maroon 5 that doesn't love pop music."
Levine continued: "We are comfortable with who we are and know what we are good at."
"When people say they hate pop music and cite bands of the Sixties and Seventies as their inspiration, well The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin were all pop stars as their music was popular. They just wore different clothes than we do today."
Levine went onto add that they've let go of concern about being seen as cool and are just now concentrating on what they know best: "So Maroon 5 embrace that and are successful and we don't think it's uncool, we just go for it."
Watch Levine doing a series of great musical impressions here:
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