30 Seconds To Mars has issued the official "short film" for the track "Up In The Air," the first single from the band's upcoming album Love Lust Faith + Dreams. In the eight-minute mini-movie, which has been directed as usual by frontman Jared Leto under his Bartholomew Cubbinspseudonym, the band performs in an abandoned airplane hangar with a cast of colorful characters that includes a man covered by bees, a young woman surrounded by butterflies and a fellow circling inside a mobile hoop. The video also features lions, zebras, wolves and a massive colored chalk fight.
DID YOU KNOW? Cubbins/Leto must be doing something right, since 30 Seconds To Mars' videos have more than 300 million views on YouTube.
CHECK IT OUT: Watch the short film for "Up In The Air":