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Thirty Seconds to Mars returns with Illenium collaboration, “Wouldn’t Change a Thing”

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It’s been a lot longer than 30 seconds since we last heard new music from Thirty Seconds to Mars, but that changes today.

Jared Leto and company have collaborated with DJ and producer Illenium for a new song called “Wouldn’t Change a Thing.” The track is available now for digital download, and will also appear on the upcoming deluxe version of Illenium’s Fallen Embers album, due out October 22.

“Wouldn’t Change a Thing” is the first new tune from Thirty Seconds to Mars since their 2018 album AMERICA, which spawned the singles “Walk on Water,” “Dangerous Night” and “Rescue Me.”

Illenium, by the way, has previously worked with rock and alternative artists including Angels & Airwaves and I Prevail. He also earned a top-five alternative radio single with “Good Things Fall Apart,” featuring Jon Bellion.

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