New Maroon 5 Song Titles Surface, Anticipate New 'V' Reissue

Maroon 5 in the studio with Mailbox.
Will these new Maroon 5 songs be on the 'V' reissue?

Earlier today (Saturday, May 9), fans of pop rock outfit Maroon 5 pointed out a few things on the Internet. There are not one, not two, but 6 (yes, you read that right) brand new song titles that have appeared on Maroon 5's repertoire.

Earlier this week, it was announced that Maroon 5 were to release a brand new single "This Summer's Gonna Hurt", set for a release on May 19th on NBC's show The Voice and will most likely serve as the lead single from the band's forthcoming reissue of their fifth album V (which was originally released last September). 

So actually, we have 7 new song titles. 

The new song titles that appear on the list of work titles on the official Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) website also include the songwriter and producer credits. Check them out below.

List of new Maroon 5 songs and credits:


"Forgive Me" (BMI Work #17554690) written by Levine, Tedder, Zancanella

"Heat Of the Moment" (BMI Work #8777369) written by Levine

"Keep Keeping Me Waiting" (BMI Work #8778670) written by Levine, Carmichael

"Let It Go" (BMI Work #8777901) written by Levine, J. Evigan

"She Smiles So Sad" (BMI Work #10500924) written by McFadden, Levine, S. Martin, M. Martin, Levy

"These Days" (BMI Work #8778350) written by Levine, Carmichael

"This Summer's Gonna Hurt" (BMI Work N/A) written by Levine

So, can we expect all these new seemingly new songs on the V re-issue pack? Or maybe a brand new album? We'll have to wait and see. It is possible that "Forgive Me" is just a thrown away demo-version of "New Love" and that "These Days" is just a remastered version of the Kara's Flowers song from 1999.

Meanwhile, get V now available online and in stores:

See Maroon 5 on tour and get tickets below:

Watch Maroon 5 perform "Sugar" on The Voice below:

Comments

  1. Unfortunately they're all old unreleased tracks they recorded around 2007, and "Forgive Me" is an older and alternate version of "New Love"

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  2. How do you know they're from 2007?

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