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Thirty Seconds to Mars Premiere New Song From Space

03/19/2013
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(Radio.com) As promised, Thirty Seconds to Mars debuted their new single "Up in the Air" from space Monday morning (March 18), announcing that the band's new album, out May 21, will be entitled Love Lust Faith + Dreams.

The band also revealed the album's cover art, which features "Isonicotinic Acid Ethyl Ester" (2010 2011), a piece by world famous artist, Damien Hirst from his Spot Paintings series.

Jared and Shannon Leto, along with guitarist Tomo Miličević phoned KROQ morning show hosts Kevin & Bean from Mission Control at Johnson Space Center in Houston, where they chatting with astronauts and fans via the band's vyrt.com site and NASA's website yesterday.

"My brother and I, our grandfather was in the Air Force and FAA so aviation was always a big part of our lives," Jared Leto said about the decision to premiere the song from space. "We used to come visit him in Houston and always used to drive by NASA, so there's a bit of a history there."

To further cement the importance of Mondayday's mission, Annise D. Parker, Mayor of the City of Houston, proclaimed yesterday Thirty Seconds to Mars Day. "We thought it's a great beginning to a long conversation that we're going to be having with this album," Leto told Kevin & Bean about "Up in the Air."

"It's a nice way to start things off. It's got a lot of energy. This is a brand new experience for us," the singer continued. "This album is a completely new direction. It's more than even an evolution, it's a brand new beginning." more on this story

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