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Big Gigantic Debut 'Touch The Sky' Live Video
Watch the video recap of their two-night New Year's Eve run in New York.

Big Gigantic, the massive duo of producer/saxophonist Dominic Lalli and drummer Jeremy Salken, have been in a league of their own since the day they burst into the music scene with their unique use of live instrumentation to reinvent what people traditionally understand to be "DJ-based" music. Recognized for their extraordinary live show as well as a no genre is off-limits approach to both producing and performing music, Big Gigantic continue to make waves in the industry whether it's in the studio or on tour.

Building up to the release of their new album The Night Is Young on February 11th, the duo brought in the new year by performing not one but two-nights in a row at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City. Set to 'Touch the Sky,' the first single off of the forthcoming album, the live video recap of both shows debuted today on THUMP and you can watch the magic below.

With funky, dubstep single 'Touch the Sky' paving the way, Big Gigantic are gearing up to head out on their The Night Is Young Tour starting February 12th in Sioux Falls, SD before making its way around the country with support from Manic Focus, gLAdiator, and cakedup on select dates. Tickets for the tour are available online now.

Just like their previous album Nocturnal, The Night Is Young will be available for free download on February 11th, or you can pre-order it now via iTunes and instantly receive an early download of ''Touch the Sky.' Check out the live video for the single courtesy of THUMP below.