Alt rockers 30 Seconds To Mars have released a lengthy music video for their new single “Up In The Air”. Directed by Bartholomew Cubbins, the video features a vast array of images and scenes, some surreal and eerie while others are artistically engrossing. The clip also features burlesque icon Dita Von Teese and Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney as well as a slew of other guests. While I don’t see much of an underlying message here, it’s still a visually engaging clip. You can check it out below.
“Up In The Air” comes from the band’s upcoming album Love Faith Lust + Dreams, which comes out May 21st (pre-order on iTunes.
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