‘One Night/All Night’ Sees Justice Team Up With Tame Impala In Incredible Electronic Dance Track

French electro duo Justice have earned a respect in the electronic music genre for their commitment to incredible dance music, sense of drama, and amazing sound. Now, teaming up with Kevin Parker’s five-time ARIA-winning Australian psych project, Tame Impala on ‘One Night/All Night’ they are unbeatable.

The first of what can only be hoped to be many collaborations between Justice and Tame Impala, ‘One Night/All Night’ is everything that fans of the respective artists could have dreamed of. With deep textures and hypnotic rhythms, as well as massive hooks that Justice fans have come to know and love, the track is an introduction to their fourth album, ‘Hyperdrama’. Comprising producers and composers Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay, Justice combine disco, hard funk, relentless rock, and club music. Tame Impala, meanwhile, was once upon a time a bedroom project from Perth’s Parker, and since then has risen to become one of the world’s best recognised forces in modern music.

Parker brings his inimitable sense of melody and timing to ‘One Night/All Night’, along with his characteristic vocal performance that fans of Tame Impala know and love so well.

The song is accompanied by a gorgeous, yet somewhat unsettling music video, directed by Anton Tammi. We are taken inside a human body, and by way of spectacular CGI, capillaries are lit up like tunnels, neurons pulse, a spine towers like a great building, and a ribcage resembles a fort with buttresses; all while the heart pounds its rhythms in time to the beat. All the while. the organs are drenched in flashing lights and gorgeous colours, as if we were in the most rocking club of all.

Check out the pulsating music video for ‘One Night/All Night’ below, and find out more about Justice and their music online on their official website, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.

Justice - One Night/All Night (Starring Tame Impala) (Official Video)

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