Fans of Maroon 5 have more reasons to rejoice. After months of teasing, the six-member pop-rock band – Adam Levine, Jesse Carmichael, Mickey Madden, James Valentine, Matt Flynn and PJ Morton – has officially announced a brand-new album to follow their 2015's "V.”

'Red Pill Blues'

The new one is officially called "Red Pill Blues" and it is available for pre-order starting Friday, Oct. 06, 2017. A full 10 track set list was also posted on their official Twitter account with collaborations from multiple artists including A$AP Rocky, Gamal "LunchMoney" Lewis, Julia Michaels, and Solána Imani Rowe a.k.a. SZA. Check it out below:

  • “Best 4 U”
  • “What Lovers Do” [VIDEO](featuring SZA)
  • “Wait” 4. “Lips On You”
  • “Bet My Heart”
  • “Help Me Out” (featuring Julia Michaels)
  • “Who I Am” (featuring LunchMoney Lewis)
  • “Whiskey” (featuring A$AP Rocky)
  • “Girls Like You”
  • “Closure”

“Red Pill Blues” will come two years after Maroon 5’s best-selling album “V,” which spawned hits such as "Maps," "Animals," "Sugar," "This Summer," and "Feelings." This time around, the new album's tracks are said to be very R&B influenced.

“Since I was 20, I've always wanted to make an R&B record,” Maroon 5's lead vocalist, Adam Levine, said in one episode of “The Tommy Show.” “And I will tell you it is starting to lean more and more in that direction. So, it's gonna be, I think, our best collection of songs,” he teased.

Red Pill Blues” is set to hit store shelves on Nov. 3, 2017, by Interscope Records and 222.

Adam Levine as 'The Voice's' season 13 coach

While waiting for Maroon 5's sixth studio album to arrive, Behati Prinsloo’s husband is spending most of his time at work. He currently serves as a coach on the 13th season of NBC's "The Voice" alongside Blake Tollison Shelton, Miley Ray Cyrus and Jennifer Kate Hudson.

In order to win, Adam Levine personally picked DNCE’s frontman, Joseph Adam "Joe" Jonas, to mentor his team.

When asked about his decision, the former simply said that the latter was perfect for the job. He then added, “He’s very mellow, which is good, ‘cause it kind of balances me out… He offers good advice and very sound advice. I trust his opinion because I'm a fan of him.”

In addition to “The Voice” season 13, the 38-year-old singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist will also be hosting the upcoming online celebrity golf show, “Teeing Off with Adam Levine,” in partnership with TopGolf. There is no word though on when it will be released.