Up In The Air.

On May 3, 2013, in press, by True Feel

So this weeks music spotlight goes to our friends “30 Seconds to Mars.” We had the honor of meeting and hanging out with these guys a few years ago along with having our faces be a part of their last album art on “This Is War.” We’re real stoked for their latest album to be released this coming May 21st. The album is titled “Love Lust Faith + Dreams” and can be pre-ordered here.

Not only is the band dedicated to their music, but also to their passion for art and film. Check out their latest single and video to go with it.

This is “Up In The Air”…

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4-20 / 30STM

On April 20, 2011, in press, by True Feel

On this day, just last year, we had the pleasure of hanging out with the guys of 30 Seconds to Mars at the Wellmont Theater in Montclair, NJ.

Here are Shannon and Tomo…

Next to the boys you may recognize the faces of our Nikki Stixx and Joelle of Planet Verge.

While we were here with some questions on hand…it was time for some Q&A with the band. Shannon seem’s to have quite a hold on the mic Nikki’s hand.

You may notice Jared isn’t here. He had to run just up the street to speak to one of the boys of Virgin Records over at Cuban Pete’s. No big deal, Shannon and Tomo had no problem holding the fort down, giving us some DL info and tell us a few off topic ideas they have been working on. Pretty dope.

Jared’s back… this time he’s posing for me to take a photo…

…or two. What you don’t know about this photo is that while he was standing there and I took this shot, he was making a really funny growling sound. Needless to say, the fellas of 30 Seconds to Mars (30STM) are some real cool dudes (that love to eat healthy and live very eco-friendly lives…including touring in a bus that ran on used vegetable oil a few years back).

Now it’s time to head in for the show…

These guys rocked for a solid 2 hours and it was an action packed show that was nothing short of electrifying. In between a few songs, it was like stand-up with Jared. He told some funny stories, picked on some people in the audience, and made everyone get out of their seats and all get on the floor stage level…then it was time for some Kings and Queens.

What a great show. Oh yea, and Nikki Stixx and I both got our photos individually taken and printed on the 30 Seconds to Mars album cover art sold worldwide. If you like 30STM, I recommend catching them next time they’re in your area. You’d be missing out if you didn’t…