Pioneering French duo Justice announced details of a brand new album that they have on the way which will be adopting all the elements of their newest live show, but instead of being a live recording of a set, it will play as if it’s a normal studio album.

The news of their new album, ‘Woman Worldwide’ came this Wednesday when the pair appeared via live stream on Google and announced that they would be releasing another extended cut, along with a specific track list of what the album will contain.

The album will be releasing via the famed French label Ed Banger that has been a home to the duo’s music since they first burst onto the scene with their debut album ‘Cross’. The label took to Instagram to explain the idea behind the album in even more detail with the following post;


“JUSTICE created this upcoming album as a result of Xavier & Gaspard adapting their current songs to be played on tour and discovering a new dimension in their Live form. After one year of testing, performing, refining, and recording them on the road, they went back to the studio in Paris to give them the polish and precision that Live performance doesn’t always allow.”


‘Woman Worldwide’ will drop via Ed Banger on August 24th and will be Justice’s fourth studio album, with ‘A Cross The Universe’ and ‘Access All Areas’ being their two live recorded albums to date.

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