Thirty Seconds to Mars are bringing a message with their new album, America. There's an accompanying documentary, A Day in the Life of America, already filmed, where the band plans to highlight American living, having teased a bit of it in the "Walk on Water" music video. Their newest single, "One Track Mind," takes a back seat from the action both visually and musically in the player above.

Rather than bombarding listeners with chaotic imagery, this chill song (featuring rapper A$AP Rocky) floats by with just the single art represented in the video player. The track moves along at a gentle pace with delicate beats serving as the guide for the expressive, almost ethereal at times, vocal performance. A$AP Rocky comes in later in the song with an autotuned rap section before a screaming guitar solo helps bring "One Track Mind" to a close.

Overall, the song is electronically driven, much like the previous singles, including "Dangerous Night," which Thirty Seconds to Mars performed on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Fans should be able to start piecing together how America will sound and can hear the rest when it drops on April 6.

Thirty Seconds to Mars will set out on a headlining run dubbed 'The Monolith Tour' on June 6. Support will come from Walk The Moon, MisterWives, Joywave and the tour will come to a close on July 22. Head here for the full list of stops.

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