Yesterday, Maroon 5 made a surprise return to the land of pop music with a catchy new single called "Cold", a song bolstered by a wonderful guest spot from Future. Now the duo have shared the track's accompanying visual, one which sees Future turn into a literal teddy bear. Watch it above.

Well, almost literally. The video finds Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine taking a trip to Future's bachelor pad only to find a seriously lit house party taking place. Then he gets slipped a heavy cocktail of either ecstasy or LSD and promptly starts tripping balls. The rest of the visual sees Levine dealing with the subsequent hallucinations, particularly in the case of Future's body morphing.

No word yet on more Maroon 5, but Future has surprise announced an immersive self-titled new album. Get the scoop on that right here.

In other music video news, Little Dragon a visually arresting clip for new single "High". Watch it here.

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