Thirty Seconds To Mars Launches Ambitious "A Day In The Life Of America" Project

Jared Leto and Thirty Seconds To Mars are always up to something big. In celebration of Independence Day in America on July 4, the band is launching a project called "A Day In The Life Of America," a massive video project that will be built from the fans' contributions.

On the 4th of July, you can take a short (or long) video and submit it to to be part of the project. The videos or photos should be about what YOU think of America and should capture what it means to you. The videos could be of anything: nature, an event, a clip of you talking; anything you feel can make your position on the country told is fair game. Submissions are open to all 50 states plus D.C. and Puerto Rico.

Leto went onto Facebook Live to discuss the project and answer some questions, and also revealed the band's new album ties into the video. Leto said the following on how the album ties into "A Day In The Life Of America":

The album is tied to this project - the themes, ideas, and concepts are directly related. They are completely inspired by one another... It’ll either be a 30 minute film or a 3 hour documentary, but it will also be a music video for our first single.

Leto ended the stream by promising the new album will be out this year, and that new music will be out sooner than you think. Be sure you don't miss out on being part of this huge project! Watch the full livestream from Facebook below. Follow us on social media to make sure you don't miss our reviews of new Thirty Seconds To Mars music!