The band has dedicated their new single to their late manager, Jordan Feldstein, who died at the age of 40 in December 2017 following a pulmonary embolism.
The stripped-down video opens on an extreme close-up of Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, with the camera slowly panning out to reveal his shirtless chest.
Throughout the David Dobkin-directed visual, Levine tries to keep his composure as he delivers reflective lyrics such as, "Toast to the ones here today/Toast to the ones that we lost on the way/'Cause the drinks bring back all the memories."
The minimalist video arrived a few weeks after the release of "Memories," which Maroon 5 previously described as a "song... for anyone who has ever experienced loss".
Levine further discussed how Feldstein's death inspired the genesis of "Memories"on "The Howard Stern Show."
"I needed this song. In a world that's increasingly chaotic and crazy and angry in a lot of ways... rather than fight about things, it's nice to have common ground and all of us have had loss... [It's about loss] and celebrating them too, which I think is important," he explained
"Memories" is set to appear on Maroon 5's seventh studio album, which will follow their 2017 "Red Pill Blues."
Details about the still-untitled full-length are still scarce to this date, as the band has yet to announce a release date for their new project.
In the meantime, discover the music video for "Memories":