Big Time Rush Takes Over ‘The Today Show’

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Last Friday, June 2, Big Time Rush premiered their long-awaited fourth album Another Life. It was the first time the band had released new music in 10 years.

To celebrate the release, Big Time Rush, who is composed of Logan Henderson, Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow and Carlos PenaVega, took over The Today Show‘s stage in New York.

Starting off strong, they sang their hit single off of the album, “Waves”, stirring up their fans early. They then performed their widely-popular song “Boyfriend”, throwing in some dance moves for everyone, and ended with a couple of the bands’ classics, including “Till I Forget About You” and “Worldwide”.

Another Life is filled with modern-day pop anthems that hint at some soul-filled R&B energy on the ballads. Each song is ready to be blasted with the widows down on a summer day as you scream along to every lyric.

In the 10 years since their last music release, it’s clear to see how much they’ve grown along with their new sound. You can buy their new album, here, and you can catch them out on their Can’t Get Enough Tour this summer! You can find the tour dates and get tickets, here.

See photos from one of our photographers, Nikki, below.

Staff Photographer Nikki
Staff Photographer Nikki
Staff Photographer Nikki
Staff Photographer Nikki

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