Parisians Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay are responsible for some of the best (and most interesting) dance music of the 21st century. The success while Justice begins in 2006 with "Never Be Alone", a remix of the British Simian Mobile Disco, that has conquered the dance floors around the world.
Their first record is released in 2007. "†" (Cross) conquers the public and critics and defines the somber aesthetics of this French duo. "D.A.N.C.E." is one of those rare singles capable of catapulting an entire career, but did not appear alone: "Phantom" or "DVNO" are other good examples of the quality of this French duo.
In 2011, after a period of absence, Justice returned with their second album "Audio, Video, Disco". The single "Civilization" featured the same ambitious band, willing to innovate and continue testing the limits of electronic music, now influenced by progressive rock. In 2016, comes the third album: "Woman". Without losing their identity, Justice offers us a brighter record, closer to the funk of the 70s, as the beautiful "Randy" proves. It's certainly a different band, but with their eyes on the future, the one we'll find on Super Bock Stage on July 19 in the 24th Super Bock Super Rock.