One thing that's not overexposed -- or exposed at all -- on the new Maroon 5 'Overexposed' album cover? Adam Levine's rock star good looks. We bet Jennifer Love Hewitt is disappointed! Despite not showcasing any of the actual band members or their hotness, the cover still looks great.

The bright colors and cartoon images are representative of the album's themes. E! Online claims the imagery is a "where-do-you-look-first wink at the pop-music world, which is so crowded with egos and images these days that it becomes almost impossible to just focus on the music." Those sentiments may well explain why frontman Levine is a coach on a show like 'The Voice,' where contestants are judged solely on their musical ability in their auditions.

'Overexposed' hits shelves June 26, and Levine and Co. have been building plenty of anticipation for the album. Guitarist James Valentine said, “We wanted to make something that sounded contemporary with the elements of a lot of early eras of pop music. This is our most ‘pop’ record ever and we weren’t shy about really going for it.”

Levine concurred with the pop feel of the record, adding that 'Overexposed' is one of the band's "most diverse and poppiest albums yet.”