- 13 Jun 23
The iconic French house group will return next year with their first studio album since 2016, according to Ed Banger Records founder Pedro Winter.
French electronic music duo Justice are set to make a comeback with a new album and tour in 2024. It will be the band’s fourth studio album, and their first for seven years.
The news was confirmed by Pedro Winter during an interview with French radio station France Inter. Winter is the founder of Ed Banger Records, the band’s label.
Winter, speaking about the band on French radio said: “I can tell you now. There will be a new album and a new tour in 2024.” He then joked, "Is it a scoop? Maybe."
Justice is composed of French duo Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay. The band is best known for electronic dance hits such as ‘D.A.N.C.E.’, ‘Genesis’, and ‘We Are Your Friends’.
Their first studio album, †, or ‘Cross’, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2008. The album’s lead single, ‘D.A.N.C.E.’ was nominated for two Grammys, as well as winning an MTV Europe Music Award and an NME Award for its music video.
Justice last year released a 15th anniversary edition of their debut album, featuring several previously unheard demos, outtakes and instrumentals.
Band member Gaspard Augé has released his own studio album Escapades in June 2021. Next year’s upcoming album will be the first collaboration between both band members since their third studio album, Woman, released in 2016.