Labelled by The Observer as “era-defining” in their 5-star review of the album, Justice’s debut LP ‘†’ was met with widespread acclaim and hit Number 1 on the US Dance/Electronic Albums Chart. The Grammy Award-winning duo Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Augé have also won three MTV EMAs to date: for Best French Act and Best Video for singles ‘D.A.N.C.E.’ and their track with Simian ‘We Are Your Friends’.
Their 2011 follow up album ‘Audio, Video, Disco’ saw Justice expand upon their distinctive sound by further incorporating their numerous contrasting musical influences. It was described as “Weighty, deep, imaginative” by NME in their 8/10 album review, and spawned the singles ‘Audio, Video, Disco’ and UK Dance Chart Top 10 ‘Civilization’.
Justice have performed headline shows at festivals and arenas across the globe, as documented by their two live albums: 2008’s ‘A Cross The Universe’ and 2013’s ‘Access All Arenas’. Though known for their arena shows, this year Justice opted to perform unannounced shows at smaller, intimate venues in London, Paris, Berlin, Stockholm and New York, tickets for which sold out within minutes.
The duo’s third studio album ‘Woman’ is out now via Because Music / Ed Banger Records.
The album is Justice’s first album for five years and contains 10 brand new tracks including singles ‘Safe And Sound’, ‘Randy’ and ‘Alakazam!’ ‘Woman’ also features several collaborators that have been handpicked by the duo to help craft a distinct sound and atmosphere. These include the London Contemporary Orchestra, who feature alongside a choir on tracks such as ‘Safe And Sound’ and the album’s epic closer; ‘Close Call’.