[PREMIERE] Big Gigantic "Touch The Sky" : Massive Single Released From Upcoming Album 'The Night Is Young' : Electro Soul / Trap

[PREMIERE] Big Gigantic "Touch The Sky" : Massive Single Released From Upcoming Album 'The Night Is Young' : Electro Soul / Trap - Featured Image
Big Gigantic has had such a massive year from playing countless festivals and a sold out Rowdytown II at Red Rocks, on top of a raging fall tour, so it is only right we get our ears on some brand new material to cap the year off. Today we get "Touch the Sky", the first single from their upcoming new album The Night is Young set for a February 2014 release. It blends some raging Electro and Trap stylings fused with that funky jazzy unique edge from Big G, saxophone and all. The unique vocal sampling that Dom has really perfected always stands out as a favorite part throughout most Big G productions. The second drop is relentless, letting up just in time for a final blast of sax to finish the song off. You can stream the song below, with download and a video coming very shortly, as well as a Winter Tour announcement. Enjoy!

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