Justice, the French electro duo, is back in full effect with the long-awaited release of their sophomore album Audio, Video, Disco. Look for it October 25 via Ed Banger records. And we’ve gotta say, it’s about that time Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Augé have bodies moving again on the dancefloor. It all starts this weekend at Vice’s Creators Project, a free music event in New York City. This will be their first DJ set in New York in two long dreadful years. Honestly there’s nothing better then having the chance to see Justice perform live for free. The two-day event features a variety of artists from Florence and the Machine to ASAP Rocky to Company Flow but Justice is stealing the spotlight. If the announcement of Justice appearing in NY isn’t enough, Ed Banger just released a mini mix of Audio, Video, Disco on SoundCloud. The mini mix is a complied snippet from the album’s 11 tracks; it’s basically a teaser that’s going to decrease your patience for the official release. It’s clear that this album was inspired by progressive rock, listening to the mini mix essence of Rage Against the Machine is prevalent and Queen. Never thought I would say this but Audio, Video, Disco could possibly top their groundbreaking album Cross. Usually sophomore albums are the cursed albums but this is a demonstration Justice just keeps upgrading their sound and growth in music.
If you’re searching for a party to welcome 2012 with, Field Day just announced Justice will be play along with Crystal Castle, Moby, Jack Beats and Tiga. Tickets are on sale now.