Big Time Rush's new album, 'Elevate,' will be released next month, and now the guys have unveiled their first single from the LP, 'Music Sounds Better With You.'
The song was co-written by hitmaker and OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder, and Kendall Schmidt reveals that another band inspired the tune. "The song is a Daft Punk sample," he told RyanSecrest.com. "They wrote it back in 1998, and it was called 'Music Sounds Better.' We took that, and made it our own. We are really excited about it. So we are extremely stoked for you guys to hear it."
The guys also just released the cover art for their forthcoming album, which features Kendall, James Maslow, Carlos Pena and Logan Henderson suspended in air. 'Elevate' is the four-piece's second studio album, following their 2010 debut, 'B.T.R.'
Listen to 'Music Sounds Better With You' below and let us know what you think of it in the comments. Big Time Rush will drop their new album, 'Elevate,' on November 21.
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