The New Thirty Seconds To Mars Single Is A Call To Arms
Rock heavyweights Thirty Seconds To Mars have returned with a new lyric video, and it’s basically a message for us to stop being dicks to each other. The song is called Walk On Water and it will be lifted from their forthcoming fifth album, which is set to be released some time in the not so distant future.
The lyric video was filmed in a single day from all across the U S of A and is a small look at a documentary frontman Jared Leto has filmed to accompany their new album. In the description for the track it says:
‘Everything you are about to see happened on a single day in the United States of America. July 4th, 2017. Over 10,000 people submitted footage of a single day including 92 of our professional crews.’
Listen to Walk On Water below:
Talking about the track, frontman Jared Leto said: “Walk On Water is a song for all of us. It’s a song about freedom, about persistence, about change and about fighting for what you believe in. It is a call to arms but also full of all the optimism and hope that is such an integral part of the American Dream.”
The song is a pretty powerful offering from the band, with its lyrics calling for people to come together rather than building walls. We’re digging the track and its message, what do you lot think?
While you’re hear, listen to their 2013 album Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams below.
“The rope was being cut by the rock while I dangled some 600ft in the air…” Jared explains. Gulp.
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