Listen a new freakin' Justice single, Safe & Sound

Listen a new freakin' Justice single, Safe & Sound

Some internet sleuthing may have uncovered Justice's new single in a recent Ed Banger DJ set.

UPDATE:

Looks like we were correct! Today, Justice officially unveiled Safe and Sound as the first single from their forthcoming new album. Listen to the single below, and be sure to nab that free download via their spunky new website HERE.

Since 2011’s Audio, Video, Disco the need for new work by Justice has become unfathomable. In 2013, during an AMA on Reddit, Ed Banger boss Busy P confirmed that Justice were currently knee-deep recording a follow-up album but since then, it’s been pretty quiet - with the exception of a NYE performance inside a warehouse somewhere in New York. The newest chapter in Justice’s long-awaited return came in the form of a DJ set by Busy P, Boston Bun and Para One of Ed Banger Records at Barcelona’s Sonár Festival the other week. Across the two hour set, the Ed Banger crew highlighted deep, French-house cuts and massive deep house thumpers but one, unidentifiable track in particular - the first they played after the set’s intro - has people raising eyebrows. It’s an unreleased cut, with airy, anthemic vocals paired with a swirling synth section and a funky bassline that just screams Justice. So much so, that people became intrigued and started investigating whether or not we had, in fact, heard the new single from the duo.

According to Shazam, the track is called Safe And Sound and yes, it is indeed a never before heard Justice track. Whether or not it’s an old, dust-covered number that didn’t quite make the cut from a previous album or something new and yet to be released, it comes with a bloody nice, official-looking artwork, so much so that we’re personally thinking that it’s pretty damn legit. Check out the full, two hour Ed Banger DJ set below.

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