Justice Unveils Dynamic Singles Featuring Tame Impala and Reveals Album ‘Hyperdrama’ Details

French electronic duo Justice, comprised of Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay, has made a significant splash in the music scene by dropping two enthralling singles and unveiling details about their upcoming album titled Hyperdrama.

Scheduled for release on April 26 via Ed Banger Records / Because Music, Hyperdrama has been introduced to the world with the release of the track “One Night/All Night,” featuring the collaboration with Tame Impala, and the second single, ‘Generator.’

In a press statement, Justice described the creative process behind “One Night/All Night”: “We wanted this track to sound as if a dark/techno iteration of Justice had found a sample of a disco iteration of Kevin Parker. Kevin has a sense of melody that’s fascinating in the sense that he manages to write melodies that feel both simple and natural, but very peculiar at the same time.”

The band elaborated further, stating that the song “oscillates between pure electronic music and pure disco but you never really get the two at the same time. This very idea of switching instantly from a genre to another within a song runs through the whole record, and is maybe showcased the clearest in “One Night/All Night.”

Listen to the captivating singles and get a taste of the musical diversity presented in Hyperdrama.

Regarding the track “Generator,” Justice shared, “To us, this one sounds like ‘Getaway’ by the Salsoul Orchestra, but with gabber and classic 90s hardcore techno sounds. Disco/funk and electronic music at large have always been core elements of the music we make as Justice. In ‘Hyperdrama,’ we make them coexist, but not in a peaceful way. We like this idea of making them fight a bit for attention.”

Accompanying the singles, an intriguing video for ‘One Night/All Night’ was produced by Phantasm and directed by Anton Tammi. The video not only complements the music but also provides a visual journey inside the cross, creating a unique and experimental piece that intertwines rave lighting within human lungs and strobe lights around a human heart.

Hyperdrama marks Justice’s first album since 2016’s Woman, followed by the remix album Woman Worldwide. In 2021, Gaspard Augé ventured into a solo career with the release of his debut solo album, Escapades.As the anticipation builds for the release of Hyperdrama, Justice continues to push boundaries, blending genres seamlessly and offering a glimpse into the sonic tapestry that awaits fans in their upcoming album.