Award-winning, multi-platinum-selling band Thirty Seconds To Mars, consisting of brothers Jared and Shannon Leto, release their new song “Seasons” via Concord Records – listen here. The fourth song to be released from the band’s highly anticipated sixth studio album It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day, “Seasons” asks if we can accept change as we move through the many different seasons of life.

The band recently featured on the cover of music style magazine CLASH and performed a storming show at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend. Earlier this month, the band headlined two sold out official Lollapalooza Aftershows at Chicago’s House of Blues, where they debuted “Seasons.” The band also made their eagerly-awaited return to the festival’s main stage for the first time since 2006. Forbes called their performance a “visual spectacle” with “an entrance that will be hard to top,” in reference to Jared jumping from the roof of the stage to start the set. The band were also joined by surprise guest, Bryan Garris of hardcore band Knocked Loose, lending his signature vocals to the classic MARS single, “The Kill (Bury Me).”

It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day stakes out new sonic territory for the band, with tightly arranged, concise songs focusing on emotive, straight-from-the-heart vocals. The album’s 11 songs explore a new chapter of feelings for the brothers, while taking solace in the elemental: love, seizing the moment, heartbreak, and ultimately, transcendence.

Lead single “Stuck” officially debuted at #1 on the US Alternative radio chart after fourteen weeks of airplay, marking the fastest chart climb of the band’s career. “Stuck” is also the #1 greatest gainer inside the Top 10. Thirty Seconds To Mars continues to see success internationally as well, including in Italy where “Stuck” is a top 10 hit – the second time the band has achieved that level of success on the Italian chart. “Stuck” recently scored the band an MTV Video Music Award nomination in the Best Alternative category and is on track to surpass 40 million streams globally since its release.

Pre-order It’s The End of the World But It’s a Beautiful Day here.

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