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30 Seconds To Mars has revealed that its new album will be called Love Lust Faith + Dreams, with the first single from the disc, titled "Up In The Air," arriving at rock radio stations on Monday (March 18th). A copy of the song was physically launched into space on March 1st as part of a SpaceX cargo mission to ship scientific gear to the International Space Station, where it arrived and also premiered on Monday.
Frontman Jared Leto said about watching his song launched into space, "It was amazing to feel it take off. The noise and the brightness was overwhelming, and you're still a mile away. Most worthy things are not easy to get done. I think a lot of great things have a tremendous amount of challenge, a tremendous amount of difficulty, and I think this was one of those things."
The members of 30 Seconds To Mars also spoke with International Space Station astronaut Thomas Marshburn on Monday via NASA.
Love Lust Faith + Dreams will be released on May 21st. The disc follows up 2009's This Is War. Leto called the new CD "a really important album for us . . . we've gone to an entirely new place, which is incredibly exciting."
30 Seconds To Mars has yet to announce tour plans behind the record.