Justice Features Casual Robot Sex in Their New Music Video ‘Generator’

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Justice ‘Hyperdrama’ Album Cover Via Justice Instagram

Have you thought about robot sex? Probably not – but Justice has.

The French electronic duo released a new music video for ‘Generator’, from their upcoming Hyperdrama album featuring the concept of intimacy between technology.

Their second song: ‘Generator’

Exploring this crossover, Justice focuses on creating a sensual interaction. Instead of featuring humans they’ve got robots.

The video seamlessly fuses disco and hardcore techno. Léa Ceheivi, the director of the video, explained that they wanted to “recreate the phenomenon of a sextape from the 2000s by adding a unique twist.”

The music video shows two opposite sex robots getting really into it, they strip — literally:  completely shredding down to their wires. Due to the scenes in the video, it was marked as NSFW.

A futuristic Justice comeback after eight years.

After eight years, they has released first single ‘One Night/All Night’ featuring Tame Impala. The electronic song is paired with Kevin Parkers vocals and has a flawless switch to pure disco.

The album artwork is a futuristic recreation of their known cross cover from their 2007 album, Justice. This could be signifying their intention to welcome the new, but remembering the old.

Justice is making the year 2024 their year

Justice will be performing at multiple events this year.

The duo will be appearing on both Coachella weekends this year as well as headlining the Field Day Festival and they will be one of the speakers at the SXSW conference in Austin, Texas. They are also going on tour between April and August 2024 visiting Mexico, Italy, Belgium, and other countries.

Who are Justice?

Justice is made up of the French duo Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay who joined forces in 2003. They have been redefining electronic music for years and became an influence for a generation of producers.

They have also done many remixes on Daft Punk, Fatboy Slim and others. In 2006, they released their iconic debut album Cross. One of their songs ‘D.A.N.C.E’ was voted number one on Pitchfork’s top 500 tracks of 2000s list.

Written by Juliana Zammit

Juliana is a Bachelor student studying Journalism, and photography. Allowing her to narrate stories through text and images.

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