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30 Seconds To Mars unveil epic ‘Up In The Air’ video starring Dita Von Teese – watch

The track comes from the band's forthcoming new album 'Love Lust Faith + Dreams'

30 Seconds To Mars have unveiled the video for their current single ‘Up In The Air’.

Click above to watch the clip, which clocks in at over eight minutes long and features an appearance by burlesque artist Dita Von Teese.

The former wife of Marilyn Manson rides a pink mechanical bull in the video, which also features a lion, snakes, zebras, gymnasts Jordyn Wieber and McKayla Maroney, writer Neil Strauss, a fencing match, spot artwork by Damien Hirst and a shirtless Jared Leto.

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30 Seconds To Mars are set to release their brand new album, ‘Love Lust Faith + Dreams’, on May 20. The album was co-produced by the band’s frontman Jared Leto alongside Steve Lillywhite.

Of the LP, Leto has said: “This is 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.”

The album artwork features the piece ‘Isonicotinic Acid Ethyl Ester’ by Damien Hirst. Another Hirst piece from the Colour Charts series will appear on the CD itself.

Last month ‘Up In The Air’ was launched from Cape Canaveral to the International Space Station in the SpaceX Dragon Cargo Capsule. For more information on the expedition, visit: NASA.gov.

30 Seconds To Mars will be playing this summer’s Download Festival, alongside Queens Of The Stone Age, Alice In Chains and Motorhead.

The tracklisting for ‘Love Lust Faith + Dreams’ is:

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‘Birth’
‘Conquistador’
‘Up In The Air’
‘City Of Angels’
‘The Race’
‘End Of All Days’
‘Pyres Of Varanasi’
‘Bright Lights’
‘Do Or Die’
‘Convergence’
‘Northern Lights’
‘Depuis Le Début’

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