24 – 26 Aug 2012, Reading & Leeds
Justice
Justice
Fri 24 Aug 2012 Leeds, Radio 1 / NME Stage
Sun 26 Aug 2012 Reading, Radio 1 / NME Stage
Phantom Power

Justice have chosen not to be recorded for Online at Reading + Leeds 2012

Spearheading the wave of innovative electroclash music from across the channel, Gaspard and Xavier are returning to British shores to make us move.

First making a splash after 2003's remix of Simian's track Never Be Alone - later re-released as We Are Your Friends - Justice signed to Ed Banger records and made their name remixing several high profile acts, including Britney Spears and U2. First single Waters of Nazareth was released to much acclaim by contaimporaries Erol Alkan and 2 Many DJ's and debut album † followed in 2007 with tracks D.A.N.C.E, and Stress, which hit the headlines for its controversial video directed by Romain Gavras.

Current single New Lands comes from their latest album Audio, Video, Disco and is accompanied by a video showing the terrifying possible future of American Football. Come and be a witness to heavy beats and distorted synths as they lead their dancefloor revolution.

Justice have chosen not to be recorded for Online at Reading + Leeds 2012

Spearheading the wave of innovative electroclash music from across the channel, Gaspard and Xavier are returning to British shores to make us move.

First making a splash after 2003's remix of Simian's track Never Be Alone - later re-released as We Are Your Friends - Justice signed to Ed Banger records and made their name remixing several high profile acts, including Britney Spears and U2. First single Waters of Nazareth was released to much acclaim by contaimporaries Erol Alkan and 2 Many DJ's and debut album † followed in 2007 with tracks D.A.N.C.E, and Stress, which hit the headlines for its controversial video directed by Romain Gavras.

Current single New Lands comes from their latest album Audio, Video, Disco and is accompanied by a video showing the terrifying possible future of American Football. Come and be a witness to heavy beats and distorted synths as they lead their dancefloor revolution.