Thirty Seconds to Mars debuts single in space

  • March 18, 2013
Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto

NEW YORK (AP) – Rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars wanted the announcement for their latest studio album to be out of this world. So the first single, “Up in the Air,” has been blasted to the International Space Station. The song was launched earlier this month. Thirty Seconds to Mars announced Monday that their fourth album, “Love Lust Faith + Dreams,” will be released May 21.

Band sends song to space station


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