Maroon 5 – “Help Me Out” ft. Julia Michaels | Review

Not even the marvelous Julia Michaels can save Maroon 5‘s latest single, “Help Me Out,” from being a large pile of meh.

Michaels is on the verge of crossing over from rising star to fully fledged star, largely thanks to “Issues,” although her entire EP was fucking great – and well, Maroon 5 are Maroon 5.

The song starts out positive, distorted guitar and lowkey synth beats take us to the chorus where we’re expecting a huge pop blowout, instead, we’re greeted with an even more restrained production.

Sometimes an understated chorus helps songs and lifts them to new levels of amazingness – that is not the case here.

The saving grace here is how well Adam Lavigne and Michaels voices sound together – can we start a petition to add Michaels to Maroon 5.

This single was dropped with the announcement of their sixth studio album, Red Pill Blues, but with the band failing to create a successful promo run (started last October), we’re unsure this track is the one to get people excited.

Check out the track below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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