Thirty Seconds to Mars has released "Do or Die" as their latest single -- and shot a narrative video for the song as well.
The clip is streaming on the band's YouTube channel and opens with a fan named Martin talking about his father, who recently suffered a fatal heart attack. As the song begins, there are shots of many individual Thirty Seconds to Mars fans professing their love of music, and then the video launches into high-energy live performance band footage.
The seven-minute video was directed by " Bartholomew Cubbins " -- frontman Jared Leto 's pen name for film projects.
This is Leto's fourth directing project -- he directed the band's first two videos from LOVE, LUST, FAITH + DREAMS, as well as Artifact , a documentary about Thirty Seconds to Mars' legal battle with their label, EMI. Artifact won the Peoples Choice Award for Best Documentary at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival.
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