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March 18th, 2013
Thirty Seconds to Mars have continued to make music history. The trio first made headlines with their 2006 video From Yesterday, which was the first American rock video ever shot in its entirety in the People’s Republic of China. Now the band, lead by front man Jared Leto, has made history again by releasing their new song Up In the Air in space. Like, outer-space. That’s pretty cool.
According to the band’s label, “the first copy of Up In The Air was recently carried aboard the SpaceX cargo mission to the space station. The single gets its ground breaking premiere today from the astronauts in orbit 230 miles above Earth. Thirty Seconds To Mars will be standing by at Mission Control Houston while the track is played and will do a Q&A thereafter with Tom Marshburn, one of the astronauts aboard the space station.” Leaking your own song on Twitter suddenly got a lot less cool.
In addition to the new song, 30 Seconds to Mars have also announced that the track will act as the first single from their upcoming disc Love Lust Faith + Dreams, which is set to be released on May 21.
Leto describes the band’s upcoming fourth album as “…more than an evolution, it’s a brand new beginning. Creatively, we’ve gone to an entirely new place, which is exciting, unexpected, and incredibly inspiring.” Love Lust Faith + Dreams was written and recorded in Europe, India and the band’s studio in California and produced by Leto and Steve Lillywhite.
Check out Up In The Air from 30 Seconds to Mars below.Tweet