Justice shares a sneak peek of his upcoming album

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The famous electro duo Justice posted a new musical extract as a “Happy New Year” message this Monday on their social networks. Enough to announce a particularly anticipated new album.

Justice increases the pressure. Nearly eight years after the release of “Woman”, the last studio album by the famous French electro duo, Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay are preparing to return to the forefront with a highly anticipated fourth album. To start the new year off right, the two sidekicks sent a little gift to their fans this Monday, January 1st.

An extract that brings back good memories

The laconic message “Happy new year”, posted on the group’s Instagram profile, was in fact accompanied by a musical extract as powerful as it was new which is reminiscent of the brutal sound of “Cross”, their first album.

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This post therefore tends to confirm the imminent arrival of this new opus announced shortly before the summer by the group’s historic producer, Pedro Winter. “It’s official, I can tell you now. There will be a new album and a new tour in 2024,” he then commented on France Inter. And the latter clarified, during another interview given to the British media NMEhaving felt the same “goosebumps” when listening to the upcoming album as that caused by listening to “Cross” in 2007. That promises!


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