Adam Levine Tells 'Fallon' Why Maroon 5 Loves Touring

Plus Maroon 5 performs "Cold" during the 'Tonight Show' appearance.

Written by Emilee Lindner • March 15, 2017

Maroon 5 visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night (March 14) amid a fierce snowstorm on the East Coast. Appropriately enough, the pop band performed their new single, "Cold," a new ditty about a passive-agressive lover... rather than the frigid temperature in New York City.

With Adam Levine's falsetto on clear display and James Valentine's chugging guitar pushing the funky tune right along, their "Cold" performance stayed true to the recording — although the song's feature, Future, was absent. Nevertheless, Maroon 5, with its ever-changing style, are late-night pros, and when Levine sat down with Fallon before the performance, he explained why the band keeps going.

"I want to do this as long as people will let us," Levine said, adding that Maroon 5 was founded about "a zillion years ago" (1994, to be exact). The band is currently wrapping up recording their sixth studio album as Maroon 5 and are plotting a tour for 2018. "Why stop? I'm so lucky."

Watch Maroon 5 perform "Cold," below, and then check out Levine's interview clips: