Pena Jr. & Big Time Rush Release the Band’s “We Are” Music Video

Carlos Pena Jr. and his band mates are rushin’ back to the music scene with another fun music video…

The 23-year-old Spanish, Venezuelan and Dominican American singer/actor and his Big Time Rush band mates have released the official music video for their latest single “We Are.”

Carlos Pena Jr.

In the clip, Pena Jr., Logan Henderson, James Maslow and Kendall Schmidt appear performing at their concerts and entertaining fans.

It also gives behind-the-scene look at the band’s concerts. The band members are shown rehearsing on the stage, hanging out together and doing silly things like jumping on the trampolines and spraying string to each others.

“We Are,” a track co-written by Jeff Halavacs, Francisca Hall, Schmidt and Henderson, appears on Big Time Rush’s third album, 24/seven. The song appeared on the season 4 finale of Big Time Rush, the popular Nickelodeon sitcom starring Pena Jr. and the gang.

“As far as we know, this might have been the last season, fourth season. There’s nothing official,” said Maslow in an interview with MTV. “But either way, we’re focusing on tour, that’s our next mission and I believe we’ll do something after that but what it is specifically we’ll figure out after the tour is off the ground.”

The boys revealed their plans to take a holiday vacation after wrapping up their Big Time Tour on August 15 in Mexico. “We don’t know where,” said Pena. “But there will be booze…”

“Booze and boobs,” added Henderson and Schmidt. Maslow agreed, saying, “That’s pretty much what a vacation is all about.”

Pena & His Big Time Rush Bandmates Release “Confetti Falling” Music Video

Carlos Pena Jr. is experiencing a little confetti falling

The 23-year-old Spanish, Venezuelan and Dominican American singer/actor and his Big Time Rush bandmates have released the official music video for their latest single “Confetti Falling.”

Carlos Pena Jr. Big Time Rush

And the quartet, consisting of Pena, Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow and Logan Henderson, don’t disappoint, displaying loads of fun and confetti in the new clip.

As the stars of Nickelodeon’s series Big Time Rush sing the up-tempo track amidst falling confetti, footage from their hit TV series are also featured in the clip.

The successful show created by Scott Fellows centers on the misadventures of four Minnesota hockey players. It’s now in its fourth season, which premiered last month. Pena and his bandmates have said that this will be the show’s final season.

“Confetti Falling” appears on the boy band’s forthcoming third album 24/seven, which is set for release 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 gave Nickelodeon its highest-rated live-action series debut when it earned 6.8 million viewers for its premiere 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.

Pena & Big Time Rush Celebrate Summer with the “Windows Down”

Carlos Pena Jr. is getting into the spirit of summer…

The 22-year-old part Venezuelan, Dominican and Spanish American singer/actor and his band mates have released the music video for Big Time Rush’s latest single “Windows Down.”

Big Time Rush's Windows Down

Pena and the game, who star in Nickelodeon‘s TV show of the same name, show off their ripped abs while frolicking in the ocean and cruising around town in Hawaii.

“Windows down is a song that completely embodies fun and we wanted to shoot a video that captured the four of us doing just that,” Logan Henderson told Us Weekly. “We shot the video in Maui and did everything from cliff diving to paddle boarding to a house party with the locals. Our fans will get a chance to see a more mature and playful side of BTR.”

Big Time Rush's Windows Down

The song is expected to appear on Big Time Rush’s next studio album.

“I’m hoping that this song can bring in some of the older demo,” said Pena, “Because a lot of the older kids think of us as a (boy band), but in the end we’re making music for everybody.”

Pena & His Big Time Rush Mates Tackle The Beatles in Film Debut

Carlos Pena, Jr. and his fellow Big Time Rush band members will soon be delivering their best John, Paul, George and Ringo impersonations in their London-set feature film debut.

The 22-year-old part Venezuelan, Dominican and Spanish singer/actor— along with Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow and Logan Henderson will star in Big Time Movie, which features the pop quartet heading to the U.K. in a mission to save the world. The mission involves jumping out of helicopters, a teen spy named Penny Lane, and a powerful anti-gravitational device named “The Beetle.”

Big Time Rush

The movie, which features Big Time Rush’s covers of several Fab Four songs including “A Hard Day’s Night,” “Help” and “Revolution,” is apparently a cross between Austin Powers and James Bond with the Beatles mixed in for good measure, according to Maslow.

“We were all a little nervous — I mean, they’re the greatest band in history,” says Maslow. “We weren’t trying to replicate them, but wanted to pay homage to them as much as possible.”

The band will release an official soundtrack to coincide with the movie’s premiere, which features the BTR boys’ Beatles covers on Tuesday, March 6.

Meanwhile, Big Time Movie will premiere on Saturday, March 10.