Several songs from this album have been used in the second series of the Channel 4 comedy Cardinal Burns. The duo played many of its hits from its critically acclaimed debut album Cross , as well as many of the new tracks off of Audio, Video, Disco. On 22 June , the band announced that they had started working on a third album. The track's name and its cover art were revealed through Shazam. On 13 September , Justice revealed on their Facebook page that their third album would be titled Woman.
On 14 September , Justice released the album's second single, titled "Randy," through their Facebook page.
Apart from the disco and funk influences of electro house, Justice's style has some heavy metal influence. Each of the studio albums have had an accompanying live tour, with each having its own unique live equipment setup.
The equipment has changed from tour to tour, but has remained centered around Ableton Live. On each side of "Valentine" a non-functional modular synthesizer prop are nine stacked Marshall cabinet fronts, adding up to a total of On the Access All Arenas tour, which accompanied the release of Audio, Video, Disco , Justice's live setup expanded to make use of more intricate lighting effects.
The addition of this new set lighting was made with the artistic constraint that no video screens be used. The Woman World Wide tour, promoting the release of the Woman studio album, marked another evolution of the live show to include more intricate stage lighting, employing minimal video effects and moving lighting fixtures, while remaining true to the refusal to rely on video or lighting effects as the primary focus of performance.
The Woman World Wide tour would be the first tour not using "Valentine" as the center of the stage. The audio rig for Woman World Wide incorporated a wide number of analog synthesizers, involving seemingly more manual performance and interaction from Justice themselves. The film premiered at South by Southwest on March 13 The critical reception was very positive, with Mixmag describing it as a sensory triumph, and jaw-dropping .
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