Thirty Seconds to Mars will be releasing new music soon. Maybe not 30 seconds soon, but soon nonetheless.
In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, frontman Jared Leto reveals that the band has "maybe two albums, maybe three, worth of material."
"We're going to start putting it out momentarily," Leto says. "I mean, really momentarily. So really excited."
Leto shares that he wrote a lot of new music amid the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in "about 200 songs."
"As challenging as that time was for so many people around the world and devastating for so many, there was also a flip side to it," Leto says. "And for both my brother [and band mate Shannon Leto] and I, I think it was like the universe doing for us what we can't do for ourselves sort of thing, where really, it was the first time we were in one place for that long since we were little kids."
Thirty Seconds to Mars' most recent album is 2018's AMERICA, which includes the singles "Walk on Water," "Dangerous Night" and "Rescue Me."
Meanwhile, you can catch Leto in the new Apple TV+ series WeCrashed, and in the upcoming comic book movie Morbius, premiering April 1.