Justice's 'Randy' Video Features A Retro Art Installation Made of TVs
    • THURSDAY, OCTOBER 06, 2016

    • Posted by: Gabe Paoletti



    In advance of their upcoming LP Woman, French electronic duo Justice released a video for their single "Randy." This 70s funk inspired song is now accompanied by visuals from big screen visual effects artist Thomas Jumin. The video features a live installation of twenty-five TV screens built by Jumin that display the lyrics to the song. Through its 80s block digital letters and old school TV effects distorting these words, Jumin conjures a retro feel for the video that pairs well with the throwback funk sounds of the song. It ends with glitzy 80s letters spelling out the title of the song, bringing to mind TV shows of the time. The sounds and visuals of the video, along with the funky bass line in their other single "Safe and Sound" suggest that Woman will be heavily funk influenced, much like their fellow French electronic duo Daft Punk's last album.
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