Thirty Seconds to Mars at last night’s (August 27) MTV Video Music Awards — particularly if viewers were wearing night vision goggles.
The Jared Leto-fronted rock group — with special guest Travis Scott — delivered a rousing set of new tune “Walk on Water” using FLIR Thermal Imaging.
While the audience was suspended in total darkness, customized heat-sensing cameras took over and rendered the band’s entire set in special imaging.
The move appears to be in line with what may be coming from the album, as the track listing and special guests for the new disc have also been revealed.
The next single to arrive, “One Track Mind,” is a collaboration with A$AP Rocky, while the disc also features pairings with alterna-pop star Halsey and EDM artist Zedd, with the latter producing Thirty Seconds to Mars’ current single “Dangerous Night.” You can pre-order the new album at this location.