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Olivia Stock
12 June 2023, 13:15

Justice to return with new album and tour in 2024

The French duo are back in business after five years

Photo of Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay (Justice) sitting in front of tech gear

Justice are working on a new album and tour, according to Ed Banger label founder, Pedro Winter, AKA Busy P.

Winter shared the news that the band will be emerging from their five-year hiatus in an interview with French radio news station, France Inter. “...The return of Justice. Now it’s official. I can tell you now. There will be a new album and a new tour in 2024”.

It will be the fourth studio album from the Parisian duo, and their first since 2016’s ‘Woman’. Despite teasing new material on a couple of occasions since then, a 2021 solo album from the group’s Gaspard Augé has been the only new project to materialise.

During their hiatus, the duo celebrated their decade-and-a-half milestone with a slew of reissues, including a 15th anniversary deluxe edition of their landmark debut album, ‘†’, and fresh vinyl pressings of 2008’s celebrated live record, ‘A Cross the Universe’, and the Dior soundtrack, ‘Planisphere’, which was first released the same year.

Justice also shared the original demo of ‘D.A.N.C.E.’, which helped initially catapult the duo to major figures in the French house scene. Released last June via Ed Banger Records / Because Music, the demo features on the ‘D.A.N.C.E.’ (Extended) EP, and includes the original 2007 Stuart Price, Jackson, MSTRKRFT, and Alan Braxe & Fred Falke remixes.

Watch Pedro Winter share the news of Justice's return below.