Big Time Rush Is On "24/Seven"

They're The Monkees of this generation and if you don't know them, chances are your tweenager does. Check out Big Time Rush's new video "24/seven."

Big Time Rush

Do you know about Big Time Rush?

If you have a tween in your house, you probably do.

Big Time Rush is the name of a Nickelodeon series about four good-looking hockey players from Minnesota who go to Hollywood and become a boy band. It is also very conveniently the name of said band.

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Think The Monkees if Davey, Mickey, Peter and Mike were non-threatening, accent-free versions of guys from the Jersey shore.

That’s Big Time Rush.

The show is chock-full of goofy lines, slapstick and canned laughter — and it had the biggest live-action debut of any show on Nickelodeon.

Needless to say, Kendall, James, Carlos and Logan are racking up Kids Choice Awards nominations, all while living the life and having fun — which also happens to be the theme of all of their songs.

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The guys just released the video for their new single “24/seven” and it's exactly what you’d think it is: four cute guys dance (semi) in sync, goof around and candidly pose for the camera.

All the while they sing, “All day every day is a holiday. We’re all right 24/seven,” and, “It doesn’t matter where you’re from. We’re all together here as one. Tomorrow comes, we’ll do it all again.”

Hardly Earth-shattering lyrics coming from Big Time Rush.

But truthfully, while Miley is twerking and Ke$ha is brushing her teeth with bottles of Jack, isn’t this exactly the kind of thing that we should have our tweens listening to?

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Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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Kayla Fowler June 23, 2013 | 1:42 PM

Big time rush is not dead

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