I’m not trying to be a bully because I also won’t be able to hear it. You see, 30 Seconds To Mars are going to be releasing their new single, “Up In Air”, tomorrow by putting it on the Falcon 8 shuttle that is heading for the International Space Station tomorrow. The SpaceX cargo mission will take a Dragon cargo capsule that is filled with 1,200 pounds of scientific experiments, cargo for the crew, and a copy of “Up In The Air”. For the rest of us who are desperately waiting to hear some new music, the band will be releasing the single digitally on Mar. 19th.
The band will also be doing a Q&A with one of the space station astronauts Tom Marshburn on Mar. 18th. It will be broadcast online and more details will be made available here.
“Up In The Air” comes from the band’s upcoming fourth studio album. It will be the followup to 2009’s This Is War.
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