Consisting of the multi-talented Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay, Justice is one of France’s biggest electronic music exports. They emerged with the second wave of the so-called French Touch scene, following the likes of Daft Punk, Air and Étienne de Crécy.

Known for bringing strong rock and indie strains to their aesthetic, they first found success ten years ago with 2007’s ‘†’ (pronounced ‘Cross’), a collection of electro-pop gems including the killer single ‘D.A.N.C.E.,’ a stone-cold classic. With their third and latest studio album ‘Woman,’ released in September 2016, Justice are back doing what they do best: making people move their feet!

In March this year, Justice embarked on their ‘Woman’ world tour, headlining major US festivals such as Coachella and Ultra.

“After a five-year break, everyone’s second favourite French dance duo return with a near-perfect disco album. […] ‘Woman’ is a joyous album of hope and optimism » – NME, September 2016

“Justice aren’t simply good DJs – they’re the best dance-rock band in the fucking world.” – Dancing Astronaut, April 2017