Jared Leto is very excited about the iTunes Festival

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From Heatworld

Festival season is nearly here, and it’s rainy and cold outside. Still. But there is one music fest that won’t be ruined if the weather continues to be a bit crap.

The annual iTunes festival is back, and thankfully it’s indoors! Which means no rain, no wellies, no tents and most importantly no portable loos.

Held at the Roundhouse in Camden, London in September, the line up is already out of this world aces, as a different act will headline each day.

And speaking of out of this world, Thirty Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto is super excited about playing the festival. He doesn’t say it, but we know it’s because Justin Timberlake is also playing.

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Esquire Summer Party – Pics

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The guys attended the Esquire Summer Party yesterday. We added a few picture to our gallery. Enjoy.

[x036] Esquire Summer Party – 29 May 2013
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Love Lust Faith + Dreams Debuts at No4 on Billboard 200 Album charts

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30 Seconds to Mars’ Jared Leto on Bringing His ‘Crazy Ideas’ to Life (Q&A)

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From The Hollywood Reporter:

The Hollywood Reporter: Did you have the vision for this album when you started writing it?
Jared Leto: I did. I began writing and recording while I was still touring in April 2011. We were on a very long tour — a tour that actually became this crazy, Guinness World Record-breaking longest tour ever insanity. But I started [the album] early and I was glad I did that because by the time I got off the road eight months later I had a group of songs and a clear blueprint of where I was headed. And then I went to India and had the first post-tour recording experience in this really magical place, a place that’s just a collision of sights and sounds. And I did have a clear indication of where I was going and I knew that I wanted to take everything that I had learned from all of these years that I’ve been doing this and apply that to this new album.

THR: How soon into the process did the album’s title emerge?
Leto: The title was there fairly early on. I thought about it for a while because I wanted to find one word that encapsulated everything that was going on. But I just couldn’t avoid it. It was the one that made the most sense [and] it was the one that seemed to capture the spirit of what was happening.

THR: So the album is meant to be divided into four sections that correspond to the four words in the title?
Leto: It is, but it’s not sequential. There’s an infographic in the album artwork in the actual CD itself that shows you where I think that the songs fall. Whether it’s Love, Lust, Faith or Dreams. And sometimes they connect to more than one of these topics, these names, these ideas.

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Jared on the Cover of My Rock Magazine

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Jared is on the cover of the month My Rock Magazine. To see the image in full size click on the image below.

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Behind the Scenes: Jared Leto for Crash Magazine – Video

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Thirty Seconds to Mars: The Google Play Mini-Doc

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Radio.com Inside Out: Thirty Seconds To Mars’ Music Video History

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From Radio.com

In a world dominated by Beyhives and Beliebers, where budgets for music videos have been in sharp decline since the hip-hop heydays of the ’90s (when you could find Jay-Z on a yacht and Diddy on an even bigger yacht), one rock band maintains committed to raising the music video to an art form.

With their combined years of experience in film, Thirty Seconds To Mars can personally craft and execute a video narrative like no other band. From the unexpected Shining tribute in “The Kill (Bury Me)” to the first-ever complete music video shot in China for “From Yesterday” to the Los Angeles love letter of “Kings And Queens” to the star-studded short film for “Up In The Air,” the trio has continually matched its cinematic songs with highly conceptual clips. They’re a band that doesn’t dumb down artistic endeavors for the fans, known as the Echelon. If anything, they plant cultural Easter Eggs in their epic videos to keep their throngs of highly engaged fans poking away and the mystery and myths they’re constantly building.

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Mr Porter Interview with Jared + New Photoshoot Pics

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From Mr Porter. He also posted some amazing new photoshoot pics of Jared. To see them click on the image below.

For Mr Jared Leto, leading a double life as a Hollywood film star and lead singer of the platinum-selling rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars – whose new album, Love Lust Faith + Dreams, has just been released – is the most natural thing in the world. His peripatetic, “food stamp-poor” upbringing, as the younger son of a mother who surrounded herself and her two boys with artistic influences, instilled in the Louisiana-born 41-year-old a passion for the arts. “I did grow up in a very creative world,” Mr Leto says. “It was the 1970s, the age of the artist and the hippy, and my exposure to that shaped me in a really deep way. I was raised among people who made things to make them, and with the idea that if you’re a creative person, then of course you’re going to do something creative with your life – whether you’re an artist, a performance artist, a potter or a photographer. I had no concept of the word ‘fame'; or a notion of success or money. We grew up very poor, so our world wasn’t anywhere near that kind of stuff. You have to do what is important to you and protect that.”

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Shawconnect Interview with 30 Seconds to Mars

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From shawconnect

It all started with an “improper” fist pump, which soon began a quirky exchange with the lads of Thirty Seconds to Mars. Speaking on their brand new album, Love Lust Faith + Dreams, the rock trio consisting of Jared Leto, Shannon Leto and Tomo Miličević delved into punchy commentary about the making of the record with added random spurts (mostly thanks to Shannon’s ‘don’t live in fear’ mantra). Here’s what went down.

On making the album:
Jared:”It was recorded all over the place, from Tokyo to Berlin to Poland to Austria to India to Malibu to Coachella. Traveling around made it a better album, these places can really inspire and walking around Berlin for instance is just beautiful. The richer your life the richer your art is whether it’s writing, painting, film, making music and it doesn’t necessarily come from traveling it could be a rich family life, a rich life in the wilderness.”

On family back home and on the road:
Tomo: “We sure are all close with our families at home, really close, but when on tour you form that sense of family because of the shared experiences you’re all having together, so that’s another form of it.”

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