By Laura Stampler
January 14, 2015

Are you dying to have your high school crush (turned raging creeper) Adam Levine crash your wedding? You’d rather have Bill Murray? Well… Adam Levine is going to do it anyway! Because he’s just that kind of guy.

“It’s December 6th, 2014. We’re going to drive across L.A. and hit every wedding we possibly can,” Levine says in Maroon 5’s new begging-to-be-viral video Sugar.

The video might not make you as mad as Maroon 5’s last video — in which Levine stalks and photographs a woman (played by his real-life wife Behati Prinsloo) while covered in blood, all in the name of artistic over-imagination — but you’ll probably still be annoyed.

Levine told ET he’s “happy [the couples] liked our band too, it would have been a total disaster [if not].” But it’s hard to get past the fact that Maroon 5 disrupted these weddings to sing a song without even knowing whether the bride and groom were fans. (This wasn’t a special request from the bridesmaid.)

Luckily for the band, the allegedly candid video (by Wedding Crashers’ director David Dobkin) seems to show that Levine was right. You might have thought saying “I do” was the happiest moment of your life, but really listening to Levine croon that your new wife is “hotter than southern California Bay” is the happiest moment of your life.

Cue the confetti machines. Literally.

Might we suggest this as a thank you card?

Read next: Adam Levine’s Cover of R. Kelly’s ‘Ignition (Remix)’ Is Surprisingly Great

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Write to Laura Stampler at laura.stampler@time.com.

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