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article imageThirty Seconds to Mars announces new 'Walk on Water' single

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 14, 2017 in Music
Multi-platinum-selling rock group Thirty Seconds to Mars has announced that they will be releasing a new single "Walk on Water."
Their brand new song "Walk on Water" will make its national television debut on the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) on August 27.
Front-man Jared Leto revealed in a press statement that after four long years, they were able to finally finish a single. They were able to accomplish this with the assistance of nanotechnology, as well as chatbots and self-driving music software. He shared that Thirty Seconds to Mars misses their fans, and they are anxious to present their new single to their fans.
Thirty Seconds to Mars had hinted on new music in a dramatic video on Twitter that they teased about two months ago. Their new album will be released on Interscope Records.
This summer, Thirty Seconds to Mars was on tour with fellow British rock group Muse, and they both deliver killer live performances at the Jones Beach Theater on Long Island, despite the pouring rain.
An acclaimed rock band, Thirty Seconds to Mars is comprised of lead singer Jared Leto, his brother, Shannon Leto, and Tomo Milicevic, all of which hail from Los Angeles, California, which is affectionately dubbed as the "City of Angels."
Most recently, on July 4, the group filmed a documentary "A Day In the Life of America," which features over 90 crews in all 50 states. This project captures American life in a single day, and it is expected to be released in 2018. The band is hard at work on their fifth forthcoming studio album, with its lead single "Walk on Water" expected to be released on August 22.
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