10 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a five-year break, Justice return with Woman, a feel-good frenzy of rock-funk-disco that demands to be turned up. It's in line with the French pair’s signature sound—an aggressive brand of dance-pop sometimes called the New French Touch—but feels more well-rounded than earlier projects. “Chorus” and “Close Call” are unexpected moments of seriousness, and “Randy” is electrifying yet soft. But the whole album is high on drama, which is the way Justice like it. They told Zane Lowe: “If every song could sound like the opening of a boxing championship when the guy enters the stadium... well, it would be great.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a five-year break, Justice return with Woman, a feel-good frenzy of rock-funk-disco that demands to be turned up. It's in line with the French pair’s signature sound—an aggressive brand of dance-pop sometimes called the New French Touch—but feels more well-rounded than earlier projects. “Chorus” and “Close Call” are unexpected moments of seriousness, and “Randy” is electrifying yet soft. But the whole album is high on drama, which is the way Justice like it. They told Zane Lowe: “If every song could sound like the opening of a boxing championship when the guy enters the stadium... well, it would be great.”

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