Big Time Rush Releases ‘Windows Down': Boys Hang Ten In Hawaii (VIDEO)
Woo hoo, indeed!
Big Time Rush just released the music video for their latest single, “Windows Down,” and if this song and video does’t get you pumped up for summer, we don’t know what will.
Shot on location in Hawaii, the BTR guys — Logan Henderson, Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow and Carlos Pena — explore a number of hidden gems on the islands. The concept for the video was inspired by a vacation they recently took before embarking on their nationwide tour this summer.
And since the video was shot in paradise, you can bet that there are plenty of shirtless shots of Nickelodeon’s popular boy band.
Check out the best shirtless moments from the video below.
Celebuzz caught up with Schmidt — one fourth of the quartet — before they left to film the video last month, and he hinted at some new music that they’ve been working on. Watch the video below.
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He also opened up about the inspiration behind the “Windows Down” video, saying:
“We had such a great time, and Carlos put together this 15-second thing with the song intro. And we played it for our record label because we were looking for a music video idea and nothing was really clicking. [Carlos] kind of put the treatment together, and we all had a meeting and he pitched the idea.”
What do you think about BTR’s newest song? If you can’t get enough, be sure to purchase it on iTunes by clicking here.