It's been five long years since Justice terrorized dance floors around the world, with its infectious brand of anthem-heavy dance pop. Well, the Parisian deejay duo is finally back with their just announced new LP Woman. And, to give fans a little glimpse of what to expect, they've gone ahead and dropped the electrifying first single, "Randy."
According to Justice's Xavier de Rosnay, "Randy" began as an "industrial techno track," but evolved into something more joyful because, well, they just happened to be in a good mood that day. "Like if you're in the car with your best friends or your lover or your kids," de Rosnay told BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac about the vibe of the song, adding that the rest of the record has a similar energy.
"Every time we start with a couple of ideas, and as we make the record, they change a lot and they drift a bit, but the general mood we were in was to make a welcoming record," de Rosnay added. As for when we can expect the record, Mac says November. Until then, "Randy" and the previously released "Safe and Sound" should be more than enough to keep you sweating all night long. Listen below.