30 Seconds to Mars Put on Visual Spectacle on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
A 30 Seconds to Mars performance is never a dull moment.
The rock band fronted by Jared Leto put on quite a visual spectacle on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night … for not one, but two songs.
30STM started the show with “Up in the Air,” the single from their brand new album Love, Lust, Faith, and Dreams, and as Jared worked the stage, enormous brightly-colored balloons were bounced around between the outdoor stage and the audience.
There was also a group of backup singers wearing white suits (with their faces smeared with paint) and percussionists wearing face masks.
Things calmed down a bit for their second performance, their 2009 hit “Kings and Queens,” but 30STM still had the same intensity.