Justice debuts collaboration with Tame Impala

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“One Night/All Night” and “Generator” These are the first previews of his new album, Hypedrama.

After almost eight years of absence, the electronic duo surprised their fans by starting 2024 with a series of snippets: “One Night / All Night” a new single now available. Find out all the details.

justice Speculation of new music began with a first clip with seconds of a song, which, with another video, took its name and included the unmistakable voice of Kevin Parker. To increase the tension, the French duet added a third postwith the legend Hypedrama, the title of his next album that will be released on April 26, 2024 via Ed Banger Records / Because Music / Virgin Music Group. This morning he officially announced the launch of “One Night / All Night” In collaboration with tame Impala.

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This single premieres with a music video, officially starting a new era for Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay. Don’t miss it and watch it below:

Furthermore, it was announced “Generator”.

To us, this sounds like Salsoul Orchestra’s ‘Getaway’, but with gabber sounds and classic ’90s techno. We love all kinds of music that doesn’t actually appear on Justice. But I would say that the two main types of music that coexist in Justice from the beginning are disco funk and more electronic music. And above all in ‘Generator’ we make them coexist, but not peacefully. “We like the idea of ​​making them fight for attention a little bit.”

Look at the album cover:

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