Jared Leto's cinematic genius: Thirty Seconds to Mars Stuck video stuns fans
Thirty Seconds to Mars dazzles with their new album and groundbreaking Stuck video, blending art and music in an unforgettable experience.
As we stand in 2023, the music world buzzes with anticipation for Thirty Seconds to Mars' latest album, "It's The End Of The World But It's A Beautiful Day," a title that resonates with the band's journey since their last album in 2018. This throwback perspective gives us a chance to appreciate the band's evolution and their steadfast commitment to blending art with music.
After a five-year hiatus, Thirty Seconds to Mars released Stuck, a single that doesn't just mark their return but also showcases their unique approach to music. The video, as described by Jared Leto, is a love letter to influential photographers like Richard Avedon and Irving Penn. "The video for Stuck is very much a companion piece and a continuation of a journey started with 2013 single Up In The Air," Leto states, emphasizing the band's deep connection with visual art.
Stuck isn't just a song; it's a visual spectacle. Captured in black and white before bursting into color, the video features some of the "coolest and most attractive people on the planet," according to Leto. This piece is more than a music video; it's a celebration of art, design, fashion, and the extraordinary people who bring these elements to life. Leto's gratitude towards the artists and behind-the-scenes team highlights the collaborative nature of this project. "Your contributions have made this experience an absolutely unforgettable adventure and helped to capture and celebrate the essence of what makes us all unique and exceptional," Leto reflects.
Looking back at Thirty Seconds to Mars' discography, their constant innovation and integration of various art forms stand out. From the 2013 hit Up In The Air to the recent Stuck, their journey has been one of pushing boundaries and redefining the relationship between music and visual art. This new album not only celebrates their past achievements but also sets a new standard for what music can achieve as a form of expression.
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As we eagerly await the September 15 release of their sixth full-length album, it's clear that Thirty Seconds to Mars has not just returned to the music scene; they have reimagined it. Their work is a testament to the power of artistic vision and the relentless pursuit of innovation.
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