Justice announce new album ‘Woman’ and share new song ‘Randy’

The French duo's lead single premiered on Annie Mac's show on BBC Radio 1 this evening

Justice have announced their third album, ‘Woman’, and shared ‘Randy’, its lead single.

Earlier today, the French duo teased the new album’s artwork – which you can see below – on their Facebook page, along with what we now know to be the album title. They last released a full-length album in 2011, with ‘Audio, Visual, Disco’.

The new single from ‘Woman’ premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 this evening. Entitled ‘Randy’, it will sit alongside the previously-released ‘Safe And Sound’ – which also premiered on Mac’s radio show back in July – on ‘Woman’, which the DJ confirmed would be released in mid-November.


Listen to ‘Randy’, as well as a short interview with member Xavier de Rosnay, below.

See the album cover for ‘Woman’ below.

Read the NME review on ‘Woman”s first single, ‘Safe and Sound’, here.


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