Thirty Seconds to Mars Announce New Album With Lead Single “Stuck”

Tomo Milicevic of Thirty Seconds to Mars in concert in 2017
Tomo Milicevic of Thirty Seconds to Mars in concert in 2017. Photo by Brandon Marshall/REX/Shutterstock (9067306l)

It’s been five years since Thirty Seconds to Mars dropped their latest studio album, and its follow-up is finally on the way. They announced the release of their sixth studio album It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day and dropped the lead single “Stuck”.

The rock band led by Jared Leto will share their new album with the world in September but they’re yet to announce its release date. They gave us a taste of things to come with the new single “Stuck”, the band’s first song in five years.

Leto directed the music video for this track and described it as a celebration of art, design, fashion, and the remarkable people who bring them to life. He used it to pay homage to some of the artists and photographers who made a deep impact on him, adding it serves as a companion piece to their previous song “Up in the Air”.

“It is a love letter to the power of movement and connection, a testament to the awe-inspiring potential of people who don’t necessarily fit so neatly in – but make the world so much more fascinating,” said Leto in a statement.

Thirty Seconds to Mars hasn’t released any new music ever since their last album America hit the shelves in 2018. It became their highest-charting entry in the US after debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart.