Ahead of their highly anticipated fifth studio album and accompanying tour, Thirty Seconds To Mars have this week released the second single from the record, ‘Dangerous Night’. Out on Interscope Records, the track was featured on Zane Lowe’s World Record show, on Beats 1. The song had its televsion debut with a performance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.

In addition to the new track, 30STM recently also annouced their fourth annual ‘Camp Mars’ music festival. The weekend-long mini music festival will take place from August 11-13 this year in Malibu, California. Packages are available here.

‘Dangerous Night’ is the follow-up to the band’s highly successful first single from the forthcoming album. ‘Walk On Water’ spent 5 weeks at the coveted number 1 spot on Billboard’s Rock Airplay Chart, and 4 weeks at the top position on radio’s Mediabase Alternative Chart. The song remains on the Top 40 charts. ‘Walk On Water’ has been used in collaboration with ESPN for their college football programming in the 2017 season, across a variety of platforms. The offial music video for ‘Walk On Water’ is just a sneak peek into the yet to be released documentary film, ‘A Day In The Life Of America’. Made on a single day, July 4 last year, and recorded in all 50 States of the USA, and also Washington DC and Puerto Rico, it used 92 professional film crews, 10,000 fan submissions, news and social media content. Directed by Jared Leto, the film presents a unique and historic portrait of America on one single day. Thirty Seconds to Mars encourages people to continue the conversation by posting thoughts and images across social media to #WhatAmericaMeansToMe.

‘Dangerous Night’ is available to stream and download from here.

Find Thirty Seconds To Mars online on their official website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.

Thirty Seconds To Mars - Dangerous Night (Audio)

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