Big Time Rush just debuted their official music video for their new album’s eponymous song “24/seven” and it’s amazing. The video was shot backstage during their tour rehearsals and some shots were done with a bit more editing and Hollywood flair.
But the majority of the video is just the guys being themselves. We see them messing around backstage, they get in each other’s faces, and they are just smiling and laughing and doing what they love: making music and having fun. Look at the video below:
They deserve a break, considering all the bull they’ve had to deal with. Every album they have ever put out has been met with hate from people who think that they aren’t a legitimate band because they are from Nickelodeon. They have also had to deal with a large number of their unfinished songs being leaked by hackers.
If hackers and haters weren’t enough, there was a trending topic on Twitter about member James Maslow that was less than nice. After what was supposedly a typo by a girl on Twitter, the hashtag “#ripjamesmaslow” became a trend and people were freaking out - blaming haters, hackers and Directioners for starting the rumours. The user claimed it was a typo, but I’ll let you judge that yourself by viewing the Tweet below.
Despite everything, they are giving their Rushers everything they’ve got because they know that we will risk everything for them. Their third studio album, 24/seven was released June 11th and it jumped to the Number 2 spot on the iTunes charts within six hours of its release.
They are also kicking off their nearly sold-out Summer Break Tour this Friday, June 21st at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. They’ve also recently added tour dates in Mexico. Tickets can be purchased online at btrband.com. There is also a sweepstakes for you and 2 friends to be flown to New York City for the June 18th concert and you can enter that by clicking here.
Big Time Rush isn’t over yet, and like they say in the song: “Try and knock us down, we’ll get up every time. We can run this town, so let’s do what we like.”