Disco balls, tequila shots, hot tub bubble baths and paradise sunsets highlight "The Night Is Young," the celebratory new video from EDM favorites Big Gigantic. The hedonistic clip – which was shot in December after an appearance at Mexico's Mayan Holidaze festival – catches the Boulder-based duo of Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken joined by the track’s featured guests, Jordan Kelly and Jason Huber of Cherub.
"We got a bunch of our friends and flew down to Mexico to party and shoot a music video about letting loose, raging until the sun comes up and making the most of every little moment," Lalli tells Rolling Stone.
The undeniable party anthem comes from Big Gigantic's fifth and latest album, The Night Is Young, which is now available for free via the pair's official website. The follow-up to 2012's Nocturnal – which received more than one million downloads – fuses elements of electronic, dance, hip-hop and electro soul and also includes the acclaimed instrumental "Touch the Sky" and the dubstep winner "Lets Go!"
In support of The Night Is Young, Lalli and Salken are out on the road now with kindred spirits Manic Focus, Gladiator and – on select dates – Cakedup. Big Gigantic will play Boston's House of Blues tonight (February 20th) as part of a headlining tour that will wrap March 8th in Aspen. Tickets for those shows – which will precede 2014 planned festival slots at Coachella, CounterPoint, Sasquatch! And Spring Awakening – are available here.