Sunday 22, April

Jared Leto explores America's 'good, bad and ugly' on new album

When is a political album not a political album?

But of the album, which includes duets with rapper A$AP Rocky and singer Halsey, he says: "I didn't want to be overtly political, I was much more interested in being personal and being social and being fun because those are things happening now.

"It's not just a time for suffering and disappointment, there's a lot of excitement and fun and inspiration - for every heartache there's a story of perseverance that is really powerful."

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