Electronic Duo Justice Have a Third Album in the Works
Justice, the French electronic duo who found a bit of success three years ago with Audio, Video, Disco, are now reportedly recording their third album.
According to Swedish music blog FestivalRykten, via Consequence of Sound, one of their writers caught up with Gaspard Augé at the FOR Festival in Croatia. There, Augé confirmed plans for a new release, but didn’t give an estimation or timeline for when it will come out.
Augé simply told the writer: "We are working on a new album right now."
Justice first received attention for 2007’s †, which produced highly successful single “D.A.N.C.E.” The album then went onto be nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album. Aside from “D.A.N.C.E.,” singles from it included “Waters of Nazareth,” “DVNO,” “Phantom II,” and "Tthhee Ppaarrttyy."
But Audio, Video, Disco, released in 2011, made them a dance music major player. In promoting the release, Justice called it “daytime music,” as a contrast to the harder, darker songs of their debut. It produced two moderately successful singles: “Civilization” and “Audio, Video, Disco.”
As other dance music acts saw more success in the U.S., so did Justice. While Audio, Video, Disco ranked highly on the U.K. charts, it went onto reach No. 37 on the Billboard 200 and No. 4 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart.
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