The stars of Nickelodeon's "Big Time Rush" have premiered the music video of their new track "Confetti Falling" and just from the title, fans could already expect what their new clip will be full of. The quartet of Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Pena, Jr. and Logan Henderson bring out loads of fun and confetti for their short and simple video.
As the boys sang the up-tempo track amidst falling confetti, some footage from their hit TV series are also featured in the clip. The successful show created by Scott Fellows about the misadventures of four Minnesota hockey players is now on its fourth season which premiered early this month, which the cast said will be the show's final season.
"Confetti Falling" is featured in the boy band's forthcoming third album "24/seven", set to be released on June 11. A week after the arrival of the new album, Big Time Rush will then embark on a tour with fellow Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice.
"Big Time Rush" the series has given Nickelodeon its highest-rated live-action series debut when it earned 6.8 million viewers for its debut episode back in 2010. It spawned BTR the band who first signed a deal with Nick Records simultaneously with the production of the series, eventually recording their debut album "BTR", which became a Billboard chart-topper in its first week in the charts.
Big Time Rush's "Confetti Falling" video:
Big Time Rush's "Big Time Rush" music video