Justice share album artwork and title; new single expected to drop tomorrow
The dance world is currently on the edge of its seat, anxiously awaiting the return of Justice. It’s been five years since the French electro pioneers released their seminal Audio, Video, Disco — and nine years since their groundbreaking debut, Cross — and since news broke of a third album in the works earlier this year, the thirst for new Justice material has turned into a tantalizing waiting game.
The thirst was momentarily quenched this summer with the release of the record’s lead single, “Safe & Sound,” and now the next drop of satiating new material may have just landed. Earlier today, the duo uploaded a new piece of artwork which is presumed to be the impending album’s cover art. Brandished with their famous gleaming cross shrouded by a psychedelic color scheme, the new art is aptly captioned, “Woman;” which is rumored to be the title of Gaspard and Xavier’s upcoming release.
A new Justice single is also expected to premiere tomorrow on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show, judging by the title of the show which lists Justice in the program.
While a release date for the album has yet to be made public, the new artwork is a strong speculative signal that the record may be coming sooner than we think. Busy P has been candid about the record’s slow release, but with the 2016 winding down, new Justice will hopefully be the galvanizing force that drives us into 2017. Get excited.
Listen to the album’s first single, “Safe and Sound,” below: