Thirty Seconds to Mars are gearing up to release their latest effort ‘Love Lust Faith + Dreams’ on May 21. The lead-up to the release has been full of suspense, and we wouldn't expect it any other way. Now, following the epic lyric video for the first single ‘Up In The Air’ set to a backdrop of awe-inspiring video footage recorded by the NASA space station, the band is teasing a new clip from the song’s official video.

Thirty Seconds to Mars first introduced ‘Up In The Air’ to their fans after launching it into space, literally. It was onboard the SpaceX cargo mission en route to the space station. The astronauts in orbit a mere 230 miles above Earth premiered it while the band stood ground at Mission Control in Houston, Texas making for an out of this world debut.

The new 38-second teaser for the single, albeit short and sweet, offers up a dramatic fast-pasted geyser of provocative imagery that clearly leaves the senses longing for a little more. Produced by Bartholomew Cubbins, the pseudonym used by Jared Leto for many of his directing efforts, shows off yet again the multidimensional talents of Leto. Check it out below.

As the band has been saying, Mars is coming! ‘Up In The Air’ is already available at digital retail outlets and ‘Love Lust Faith + Dreams’ is available for pre-order here.

Watch Thirty Second To Mars Teaser For Their 'Up In The Air' Video: