Last month, Big Time Rush's third studio album "24/Seven" scored a No. 4 debut on the Billboard 200 chart, just as the fourth season of Nickelodeon's "Big Time Rush" TV series kicks into gear. The Nickelodeon/Columbia boy band stopped by the Billboard studio to discuss the differences between "24/Seven" and their previous two releases -- and describe what it's like to roll up on 30-year-old dudes rocking out to their songs.

"It's definitely much more down-to-earth pop," the group's Logan Henderson says of the new full-length. "t's very much more organic than our last two [albums], and obviously I think, as far as the writing goes, there's a level of growth and maturity that we kind of hit that we hadn't hit in the previous albums. I think we've done our best writing on this last album."

Watch the video above for the full Big Time Rush interview, and check out the video for their recent single "Like Nobody's Around," which has earned 4.7 million YouTube views since debuting in late March: