In what appears to be an ode to his Victoria's Secret babe Behati Prinsloo, the pop band's frontman sings "Hazel eyes, I was so color blind/ Can't believe I couldn't not see it all this time, all this time/ It was always you," in his famous falsetto.
Additional lyrics in the electropop song feature the 35-year-old crooner seemingly confessing that while it may have taken a while, Prinsloo's greenish-brown eyes (and more) got him to realize she was The One.
Belting out over synthesizers, "All my hidden desires finally came alive/ With a different kind of feeling/ Now I know that my heart wasn't satisfied, satisfied/ It was always you," the self-confessed modelizer intones the angelic, leggy supermodels that came before Prinsloo just couldn't steal his heart like she did.
Joining Levine on the upbeat ballad are bandmates PJ Morton, James Valentine, Mickey Madden, Matt Flynn and keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, who was absent from their 2012 album Overexposed.
The new track is a free download if you pre-order their fifth studio album—appropriately titled V—before the official release date of Sept. 2.