Thirty Seconds To Mars Ask Fans To Share Inspiring Stories
By Katrina Nattress
March 19, 2020
We're living in unprecedented times as the coronavirus continues to spread across the world, and though it's scary Thirty Seconds to Mars are trying to see the good while attempting to adjust to the "new normal." On Thursday (March 19), the band asked fans to share their inspiring stories via Instagram.
"We’ve been hearing so many inspiring stories from all over the world about how people are adjusting to this new normal. We would love to hear from you and highlight your story," they wrote. "Please send us a photo or video of you, in your space, and tell us about something in your life. Are you in Italy? Are you in China? Are you social distancing? Has connecting with Echelon around the world helped you? Post your photo and story on instagram with #EchelonStories so we can find them. Provehito in Altum Thirty Seconds to Mars ❤️"
Check out the post below.
The band's singer Jared Leto was on a 12-day silent meditation retreat in the desert until March 16, and had "no idea" about the pandemic. "Hope you and yours are ok," he tweeted. "Sending positive energy to all."
Last month Thirty Second to Mars announced their second annual Mars Island festival in Croatia. The party is supposed to go down over the summer, though many events have been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
To keep up to date on the latest news about the coronavirus and to understand what you need to stay safe and healthy, check out the Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction podcast from CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
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