30 Seconds to Mars debuts lyric video to "Birth", an opening track off their fourth studio album which was released last May 21, "Love Lust Faith + Dreams". Featuring some footage from the band's newly-released music video "Up in the Air", the two-minute video opens with the sounds of brass and violin that give a dark atmosphere.
"I will save you from yourself/ Time will change everything about this hell/ Are you lost/ Can't find yourself," Jared Leto sings with his smooth-but-strong voice. "You're north of heaven/ Maybe somewhere west of hell."
Just last week, the band, whose members also include Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic, debuted "Up in the Air", the first single from their latest album. "It's a nice way to start things off," Jared talked about the song. "It got a lot of energy."
Of the album, the band's frontman added, "This is a brand new experience for us. This album is a completely new direction. It's more than even an evolution, it's a brand new beginning." When asked about the meaning behind the album's title, the 41-year-old musician gushed, "I think those four words all mean something very special to us. They are themes that come up repeatedly in the album. Each of those words is used at least once in every single song on the album."
30 Seconds to Mars' "Birth" music video