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Justice Shares New Single 'Randy,' Possible Album Art: Listen

Gaspard Aug and Xavier de Rosnay of Justice perform at the Pemberton Music Festival
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Gaspard Aug and Xavier de Rosnay of Justice perform at the Pemberton Music Festival on July 20, 2014 in Pemberton, Canada. 

All my Francophiles, stand up. Justice is back in action and serving up mad crumbs.

The silent smoky duo just shared the second single from its upcoming third LP. “Randy” features a very Audio, Video, Disco-style vocal that echoes epic '70s prog-rock at its prime. It also features crunchy guitar sounds and dreamy disco synths. Sounds like the new album will be a beautiful melding of both (Cross) and Audio, Video, Disco, which is to say totally awesome.

Justice Premieres First Single in Five Years with 'Safe and Sound' Lyric Video

Justice also shared a curiously cool image to Facebook. Looks like the old leather jackets are getting a splash of motor oil disco-fication. Could this iridescent cross be the official album artwork for the Daft Punk protege's upcoming LP? Even more so, is it titled Woman?

Feast your eyes on the original Facebook post and hear “Randy” below.

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