Second album from Justice

Justice have announced their second album: Audio, Video, Disco will be released in the UK on 24th October 2011 on Ed Banger Records / Because Music.

“It is not like we’ve gone off in an obscure direction,” says Gaspard Augé, the taller hairier half of Justice, “Music that's been to our taste during the making of the album - ELO, Black Sabbath, The Who – is made by some of the biggest bands in the world. Quite a few people like their sound. Maybe they will like ours too.”

The pair are conscious that Audio, Video, Disco is charting new territory for them and they’re incredibly excited - in their own unostentatious way. “’Rustic’ is a good word for this album,” explains Xavier De Rosnay, “made with the country in mind, the air, the trees, the mysticism of nature rather than the darkness of the night and the hard lines of the city.”

“For us this the Route 66 album,” adds Gaspard, “It’s a French album, with all these English influences from the ‘60s and ‘70s but it has that American wide open thing going on too.” It does. It’s big, and it’s going to be bigger.

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