We hope there IS a future!
The sexy and talented Jared Leto seems uncertain about his band's future.
30 Seconds To Mars, the band behind such great songs like Hurricane (which was robbed of a Video of the Year nod if you ask us) and The Kill, has been on the scene since 2007.
In only four years, not only have they garnered a fan base comparable to Lady GaGa's, but they've also cultivated a sound all their own.
When anyone turns on the radio and hears a Mars song for the first time, they know exactly who it is. Unlike a lot of bands to come up in the past decade, Mars is one of a kind and one (we hope) destined to last.
But according to Leto:
A lot of artists peak or get burned out. A lot of times they stop trying and those are all dangers. It took two years to make This Is War. Touring it has been another two years. Do I have that in me again?
Just take a big vacation after! ….DON'T LEAVE US!
The frontman continued in the interview, explaining maybe they just need a new direction:
We could make a dance record, a dubstep record, a punk record, or a rock opera. Anything is possible because This Is War was an arrival, creatively and personally.
…well, anything is better than nothing!
Okay, that's not true. But when it comes to Mars, we're not ready to say good-bye.
Surely Leto isn't, either. After all, this is the man who gives up stellar film roles to focus on the music.
Jared, stay with us! Stayyyy wiiiiith uuuuuus!
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