Adam Levine and his Maroon 5 will head to Asia with the band’s new world tour ‘Red Pill Blues’ to promote their sixth studio effort. The band, so far, confirmed 7 shows in Asia including Manila, Singapore and Bangkok.

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Announced today through Maroon 5’s official Facebook page, American pop-rock band will return to Asia with fill live performances to promote their latest studio album Red Pill Blues. The band will swing by the region alongside their Australia and Europe Tour.

Maroon 5 are slated to kick-start their Asia Tour on Monday, February 25 in Tokyo after finishing touring in Australia. Alongside Japan, the band will take their tour to Seoul (Feb 27), Kaohsiung (Mar 1) and Macau (Mar 3) before making more three stops in Southeast Asia.

For fans in Southeast Asia, you can experience “Girls Like You” and of course, the whole album live on stage in The Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Adam Levine will be performing his high pitched vocals together with his bandmates in Manila on Tuesday, March 5.

Then, the pop-rock group will head over to deliver a live show for their Singapore’s fans on Thursday, March 7 before flying to Bangkok for their last show in Asia. Bangkok’s fans can catch the full performance on Saturday, March 9.

So far, the band haven’t announced further details on venues and tickets yet. Therefore, stay tuned and keep calm, people! We’ll definitely keep you updated once we heard something.

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While we are waiting for further updates, let’s enjoy “Girls Like You” ft. Cardi B:

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A Bangkok-based writer, part-time DJ and singer in the making who knows every word to My Chemical Romance songs. She's now diving deep into experimental music and contemporary sounds.