Justice publishes an extract of a new song

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Justice shared a clip of his new music and announced his next album for 2024.

Justice has shared a new sample of music after confirming a new album is coming this year.

The French electro duo shared the clip on their social media accounts on January 1 in a message to wish their fans a happy new year. Without offering much context, the clip suggests an industrial sound for the duo composed of Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay.

Ed Banger, their record label, commented on the clip, writing: “ 2024 starts now! “.

Ed Banger founder Pedro Winter has confirmed a new album is coming this year and said a tour will follow: “ I can tell you right now that they will have a new album and a new tour in 2024 “, he declared to France Inter last summer.

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In a subsequent interview with NME, he revealed that the record gave him the same ” goosebumps » that when listening to Cross, the group’s album released in 2007: “ Listening Cross, I got goosebumps. I loved every note of this album, and I also get goosebumps when I listen to the next Justice album. I can only be proud, as a manager, to work with a group that pushes the boundaries and innovates like them. We’re celebrating 20 years of Ed Banger, but we’re also celebrating 20 years of Justice. »

The duo’s last album dates back to 2016 with Womantheir third disc which gave birth to the singles “ Pleasure “, ” Love SOS “, ” Fire ” And ” Chorus “.


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