The video for the band's new song makes a lot of brides very happy across L.A.
Is it every groom's dream to watch his new wife get extraordinarily hot under the collar over another man on their wedding day? Perhaps not, but that's not something that concerned Maroon 5 and front man Adam Levine when they filmed the video for their new song, Sugar.
Maroon 5 and front man Adam Levine crashed weddings across L.A. for their new song video, Sugar
Set across L.A., the band start out by proclaiming they are aiming to hit every wedding that they possibly can and crash it with their delectable tones and groovy dance moves.
Cue countless images of uncontrollable brides only just managing to stop themselves from pouncing on Mr Levine, slack-jawed amazement from guests and concern masked with a thin veneer of pleasure from the new husband.
Channelling the infamous wedding crashing of the originals Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, the band travel from reception to reception pleasing crowds who would probably have just been happy with a free bar.
The video is directed by Wedding Crashers director himself, David Dobkin, and makes for pretty sweet viewing if their appearances really are all without the prior knowledge of the wedding party.
Driving around in a gorgeous black Cadillac in the warm weather, making blushing brides go crazy and audiences go wild at the sight of your face – it's a hard life for Maroon 5.
To watch the video, click here.