The band performs 'Maps' and 'It Was Always You' from 'V' album as well as 'One More Night' from their 2012 LP 'Overexposed'.
One day before their "V" album officially arrives, Maroon 5 visited the "Today" show on Monday morning, September 1. The band rocked the stage at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City to perform some tracks off the highly-anticipated new LP.
During their three-song set, Adam Levine and Co. played the forthcoming album's lead single "Maps" before tackling "One More Night" that appears in their hugely successful 2012 record, "Overexposed".
The group also sang the live rendition of "It Was Always You" specially for thousands who packed the venue.
Maroon 5 also sat down for an interview with host Carson Daly to talk about "V". "I think it's everything we've always been, all wrapped up in one which is kind of nice," frontman Levine explained. "I'm most excited about this [album] because it's going to be amazing and everyone seems to love it so far. The songs are really fun to play live."
The group went on saying that they'd announce the dates of their tour when their new project arrives on Tuesday, September 2.