Jared Leto and the guys from [lastfm]30 Seconds To Mars[/lastfm] want to know what music means to you. That question is the subject of the video for their worldwide smash hit “Closer to the Edge,” as the band asked fans to weigh in on the impact music has on their lives.
Click through this photo gallery to see real-life fans who were featured in the “Closer to the Edge” music video, and find out how you can win a trip for two to see [lastfm]30 Seconds To Mars[/lastfm] perform live in Boston, Mass. The winner and a guest will get to interview the band before the show, and find out what music means to them. Think you’ve got what it takes to interview Jared, Shannon and Tomo? Click through now and let us know.
[pullquote quote=”Some people believe in God, I believe in Music… Some people pray, I turn up the radio.” credit=”from ‘Closer to the Edge’ video”]When [lastfm]30 Seconds To Mars[/lastfm] asked their fans “What does music mean to you?” they got thousands and thousands of responses. Some of the fans who responded ended up featured in the “Closer to the Edge” music video. As you’ll see, music is the most important thing in some people’s lives. It’s the soundtrack we hear as we go about our day. It’s the rhythm of our beating hearts, and the love song we sing to our families and loved ones. Music is forever captured in our memories, linking together important events with the feelings we experienced as the time. Music helps us express ourselves, helps us to communicate with each other, and to navigate through the difficult times. Our favorite songs comfort us when we need reassurance, and they can remind us of things we promised never to forget.
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Click here to view the “Closer to the Edge” photo gallery and find out how you can enter to win the trip to see 30STM. One lucky winner and a guest will fly to Boston, Massachusetts to see [lastfm]30 Seconds To Mars[/lastfm] perform at the Agganis Arena on May 1st, 2011. Before the show, the winner will get a chance to interview the band, and ask the question everyone wants to know – what does music mean to them?