Published Sep 14, 2016After issuing their "Safe and Sound" single earlier in the summer, cross-obsessed French electronic duo Justice have now announced that they've also arisen to deliver a new album. Woman, the group's first full-length since 2011, is due later this year.
The details are still shaping up behind the release, but Justice confirmed the arrival of Woman last night (September 13) when they revealed its cover art over on Instagram. You can see the colour-smeared image up above.
The dance project also appeared on BBC Radio 1 host Annie Mac's program today (September 14) to discuss Woman, and also premiere an album cut called "Randy." The track is a Justice-style stomp full of sparkle-shine synths, chunky guitar riffs and motivational, falsetto vocals addressed to the titular Randy.
A full tracklisting has yet to go live, but you'll find the song, as well as Mac's interview with Justice's Xavier de Rosnay, down below. In the talk, the musician explains that "Randy" had initially started out as an industrial techno cut before getting a sunny makeover. Woman is likewise said to be a very approachable entry in their catalogue.
Justice's last full-length release was 2011's Audio, Video, Disco.