Listen to ‘One Track Mind’, the new collaboration from A$AP Rocky and 30 Seconds To Mars

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30 Seconds to Mars have unveiled ‘One Track Mind’, their new collaboration with A$AP Rocky. Check it out in full below.

The track, taken from 30 Seconds To Mars’ latest album ‘America’ sees Rocky heading in an unexpectedly laid back direction – offering his softer vocals on the song.

The new album was announced yesterday and also sees the rockers collaborating with stars including Halsey and Zedd.


To mark the announcement, the band have launched a billboard campaign with different ‘list’ versions of the artwork in LA’s Sunset Boulevard, New York City’s Times Square, and outside various London Underground Tube stations. Posters will also be appearing in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Toronto, Mexico City, Paris, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Essen, Nürnberg, Hannover, Frankfurt, and fans are able to create their own version of the artwork here.

“For me the lists are almost like a time capsule,” said frontman Jared Leto. “Independently they may surprise, entertain or provoke, but as a group they give us a sense of the culture we are a part of and the times we are living in.”

Last year, Leto used his emotional speech at the MTV EMAs last year to hail America as ‘the land of immigrants.

“Europe, you have changed our lives,” began Leto, flanked by his two bandmates. “This is for you, this is about you, and we stand here proudly on this stage tonight in celebration of you, so thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you and thank you.”

He continued: “We are Americans – a land of immigrants – and we just wanna say that we welcome you with open arms and with open hearts, and we love you. God bless you. We hope to see you on tour in March and April. We will be coming back to the UK as well.”




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