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30 Seconds to Mars Premieres 'Up in the Air' Music Video

April 20, 2013 (2:55 am) GMT
The rock band comes up with an artistic short film for the clip of their track off album 'Love Lust Faith and Dreams'.

After releasing an almost one-minute teaser this week of their new music video for 'Up in the Air', finally unveiled its full version. The track, included in their upcoming fourth album, "", was first launched by the band into the International Space Station in the SpaceX Dragon Cargo Capsule from Cape Canaveral.

The eight-and-a-half-minute clip is actually a short film helmed by the group's frontman under his Bartholomew Cubbins alter ego. It is shot in what seems to be an abandoned airplane hangar as he guides Damien Hirst, and U.S. Olympic gymnasts and along the striking visuals that may trigger seizures in people with epilepsy, as the warning cautiously states.

"This short film is quite unlike anything we have ever done before," Leto raved about his new work, alluding to the many strange inclusions in it like a man covered in bees and a chalk fight. He called it "an epic, bizarre and hallucinogenic journey through an incredibly surreal landscape."

"Love Lust Faith + Dreams", set to be released in May, is the band's follow-up to their 2009 LP "". For their new studio recording, they have teamed up with producer Steve Lillywhite, who has worked with the likes of , , The Pogues and .

30 Seconds to Mars "Up in the Air" music video

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