Maroon 5 Performs 'Nobody's Love' From Home On 'The Late Show'


Maroon 5 performed their new single from home on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

The band performed "Nobody's Love" during the show's #PlayAtHome segment Monday.

Adam Levine and the other members of the group performed outside at their respective homes.

Levine, who shaved his head ahead of the "Nobody's Love" music video, now sports a platinum blonde buzzcut and thick beard. Fans found the look hilarious, with some saying that he was only recognizable because of his voice.

"Nobody's Love" is the second single to debut from Maroon 5's forthcoming seventh studio album. The band released a first single, "Memories," in September.

Maroon 5 released the "Nobody's Love" video in July. The video shows Levine smoking a joint and ends with Maroon 5 calling for marijuana to be decriminalized.

Maroon 5 said they hope "Nobody's Love" brings "peace" to fans amid current events, including the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests.