Justice’s recent production New Lands was released last month on legendary record label Ed Banger Records. The track somehow slightly resembles Queen’s rock opera Bohemian Rhapsody.
The classic rock guitar licks at the beginning of the track immediately arouse the listener’s interest, and when the chorus starts at 1 minute, you know it’s an instant hit for the French producers duo. After two and a half minutes, the tempo changes and we’re finding ourselves listening to something that sounds like a track off a nostalgic sixties LP. Shorty after, Justice brings back the recognizable chorus. Like many French musicians, the video clips are a true piece of art, and so is Justice’s for New Lands.
A-Trak, Sebastian & Falcon on the remix
You can already find the EP on Spotify, where you can enjoy the remixes. Falcon has come up with something a bit more accessible and danceable, more than perfect for that Sunday beach party. A-Trak turns the track into a massive electro mix, setting dance floors across the world on fire. And last but not least, Sebastian gives New Lands the 360 degrees treatment. He’s slowed the BPM down drastically for the first 3 minutes, after which he returns for for an uptempo twist.
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