Justice Announce First Album in Six Years, Drop Tame Impala Collaboration, “One Night/All Night”
We finally have our first taste of Justice's long-awaited fourth album.
Out now is "One Night/All Night," a new collaboration with Tame Impala from the French electronic music icons’ upcoming album, Hyperdrama. Guitar-driven and smooth, the single takes us to a hazy disco where the multi-talented Kevin Parker sings in front of mirrored walls as Justice lay down one of their signature classic, rock-infused grooves. The final result will satisfy fans of both camps and skyrocket Hyperdrama even higher on the list of the most anticipated albums of 2024.
Check out the official music video for “One Night/All Night” below.[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=3V6rjyL_63U[/embed]
For those who haven't been following news on the Cross duo lately, there's been much to talk about. We've known since last summer that Justice would be releasing the follow-up to 2016's Woman since Pedro Winter, the founder of Ed Banger Records, confirmed it himself. As promised, just hours into the new year, Justice shared a snippet of new music from Hyperdrama. They would then be included on the recently-revealed Coachella 2024 lineup and later confirm that the Indio performance is the start of an upcoming tour.
In case that wasn't enough to be excited about, rumors began to fly after The Weeknd teased an upcoming collaboration with Justice.
The duo also released another single, “Generator,” from the album. You can listen to both below. Hyperdrama will be released on April 26th, 2024 via Ed Banger Records and Because Music.
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