Justice announce release date for second album ‘Audio, Video, Disco’

The follow-up to 'Cross' will come out on October 25

Justice have announced that their second studio album will be titled ‘Audio, Video, Disco’ and has been given a release date of October 25.

The album is the follow-up to the French duo’s debut release ‘Cross’, which came out back in 2007. It is confirmed to feature guest vocalists Ali Love, Diamond Nights‘ singer Morgan Phalen and Vincenzi Vendetta, who is part of the Midnight Juggernauts.

‘Audio, Video, Disco’ will include the previously available single ‘Civilization’, which the duo debuted earlier this year in a Adidas advertisement, which featured the likes of Katy Perry and FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi.


The duo have also revealed that the recording process for ‘Audio, Video, Disco’ was so lengthy as they “are not good players.”

Speaking to Pitchfork, Justice‘s Xavier de Rosnay said:

Although the record sounds a bit band-y, it’s mainly electronic, we wanted to keep an electronic aesthetic because we like the way it sounds and it’s more practical for us. We are not good enough instrumentalists, and the fact that we don’t perform all of this live keeps it on the good side. We played everything on the album ourselves, but it took a long time to make it because we are not good players. And if it was played by real musicians, some of the songs would probably be a bit too ‘shred’.

The tracklisting for ‘Audio, Video, Disco’ is as follows:

‘Canon (Primo)’
‘Audio, Video, Disco’



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