Track Review: Maroon 5 – Lost

Synth heavy, bass heavy, pop heavy. Maroon 5’s new single, Lost, is less of an evolution for Adam Levine’s band of merry men, and more of an epithet of the sound they have made a homestead.

The Reverberated synths and vocals add a level of drama and style to proceedings, making it a more palatable flavour of pop music than most modern offerings. However, although Lost is a pleasant number, it’s about as memorable as a wet weekend in Blackpool.

The change in style from 2002’s Songs About Jane is astronomical, but this is the case with most bands finding their way and struggling to maintain relevance – Maroon 5 just about stay afloat in a sea of mediocrity.


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