Justice is back

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The Versailles electro duo Justice releases two brand new tracks, “One Night/All Night” and “Generator”.

Here is “One Night/All Night”, the new single from Justice. On this occasion, they invite Kevin Parker, Australian musician behind the Tame Impala project. “We wanted this track to sound as if the dark/techno form of Justice had found a sample of the disco form of Kevin Parker” they declare in a press release. The clip, directed by Anton Tammi, is available via the player below:

At the same time, the electro duo from Versailles published “Generator”. “Disco, funk and electronic music have always been central to Justice’s music” they explain. “In HYPERDRAMA, we make them co-exist, but not peacefully. We like them to fight for some attention. » The title is also available via the player below:

These two titles mark the return of Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay together. They will be included in HYPERDRAMA, Justice’s next album, which had already been teased. Available from April 26, this disc is already available for pre-order.

This will be their first album to be released in 8 years. It included the singles “Fire” and “Love SOS”. In the meantime, Gaspard Augé released a solo album, Getawaysin 2021.

In addition to the already announced date at the Coachella festival, Justice will also travel the roads of Europe this summer, with several stops in France.

Find them on the bill at the following festivals:

  • June 1: We Love Green
  • July 4: Beauregard Festival
  • July 6: Main Square Festival
  • July 11: The Breaking Waves
  • July 13: Musilac
  • July 14: Lands of sound
  • July 21: Dour Festival (Belgium)
  • August 17: Cabaret Vert

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