Big Gigantic Share "Just The Same" with Vic Mensa x Mick Jenkins

Genre-bending duo Big Gigantic herald eighth studio album with latest all-star collaboration

Big Gigantic have shared their latest all-star collaboration, "Just The Same (With Vic Mensa & Mick Jenkins)". The track is from the genre-bending Boulder, CO-based duo’s eagerly awaited eighth studio album, Brighter Future 2, arriving on Friday, June 10.


“We’re excited to bring two of Chicago’s own, Vic Mensa and Mick Jenkins, together on the same song with this hard-hitting beat and feel-good sample,” says Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli. “A song about two people from the same place with two different point of views.”

Brighter Future 2 also includes such recently released singles as “Deja Vu (with KOTA The Friend),” Big Gigantic x GRiZ’s mesmerizing “Open Your Mind,” and “Keep On Rising (with. Aloe Blacc),” the latter marking the duo’s first collaboration with GRAMMY® Award-nominated rapper Aloe Blacc in more than a decade. Official music videos for all three tracks are streaming now at YouTube.


Big Gigantic will celebrate Brighter Future 2 with a wide-ranging live schedule, including a number of newly announced summer dates beginning July 6 at Salt Lake City, UT’s The Complex, and then continuing through the month. In addition, Big Gigantic recently announced Rowdytown X, their 10th annual headline event set for September 23 and 24 at Morrison, CO’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The two-day festival will see headline performances from Big Gigantic alongside sets by special guests including Joyride, INZO, and Biicla (September 23) and Mitis, Jantsen, and MZG (September 24). Tickets are on sale now HERE. What’s more, a very special East Coast Rowdytown event is set for July 30 at Brooklyn, NY’s The Brooklyn Mirage at Avant Gardener.

Big Gigantic have also slated several top-billed festival appearances, including Albuquerque, NM’s SOMOS DREAMGLOW (Saturday, May 14), Las Vegas, NV’s EDC Las Vegas (Friday, May 20), Chillicothe, IL’s Summer Camp Music Festival (May 27-29), Rothbury, MI's Electric Forest (Sunday, June 26), and Long Pond, PA’s Elements Music & Arts Festival (Sunday, August 22). Additional dates will be announced.



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