Watch: Justice Unveil Live Art Installation-Driven Video for "Randy"

The live art installation in Justice's new music video was created by Thomas Jumin
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The live art installation in Justice's new music video was created by Thomas Jumin

As the release date approaches for Justice's upcoming album, Safe And Sound, they let more and more tidbits trickle out to the masses. The most recent of these is the official music video for "Randy," which showcases a rather ambitious art installation made by Thomas Jumin.

The French duo had premiered the single on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show last month, and Jumin told Mixmag that the installation in the video is made up of 25 Sony CRT Trinitron monitors from 1987. Each of them flash the infectious lyrics to "Randy" in engaging patterns, giving it a postmodern air that's somehow both contemporary and antiquated at the same time.

As for Safe In Sound, Ed Banger Records recently revealed that it will come out on November 18th. In the meantime, check out Thomas Jumin's installation in the official music video for "Randy" and make a trip down to the comments section to tell us what you think.