Justice has shared a brilliant new visual for their single Randy — and it’s a tube television-powered art show.
The Parisian duo returned from a five-year absence since their last album Audio, Video, Disco with the hyper-funky Safe and Sound single and this infectious track, both to be released on their forthcoming new album Woman, out November 18th via Ed Banger.
While the lyric video may be the presentation in vogue for a new single right now on YouTube, this Thomas Jumin directed video takes the concept back in time to the 80s.
Much in accordance with the duo’s signature retro sound of prog meets disco meets electro, the video is a meticulously crafted visual show being projected through a stacked wall of antiquated Sony Trinitrons.
Nearing the seven-minute mark, this insatiably fun disco cut bounces between guitars, arpeggiated synths and a solid mid-tempo groove.
Justice, much like their labelmate SebastiAn, brings back erstwhile pop sounds and makes it into addictive electronic tunes that feel as organic as the source material.
The visual here encapsulates everything there is to love about a Justice song. The video practically drips with nostalgia but has a touch of inventiveness that can’t be seen anywhere else.
Watch the visual installment for Randy below:
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