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Justice share robot sex tape visual for new single 'Generator'

Featuring a "dalliance" between two humanoid robots, the glitchy visual aims to explore sexuality in the modern age of technology

  • 17 February 2024
Justice share robot sex tape visual for new single 'Generator'

Justice has just released a visual for their most recent single, 'Generator'.

Featuring an X-rated scene between two "humanoid robots," the glitchy visual comes courtesy of director Léa Ceheivi — seeing the pair tear off their skin to become part-human, part-machine.

The French duo had worked alongside Ceheivi to explore how "we see sexuality" in the age of modern technology.

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“I think we were excited about the idea of replicating a phenomenon from the 2000s, such as a sex tape, but with a twist," says Ceheivi. "The rough aesthetic of it, the lack of control. So yes, in our world, AI robots can also have sex, and orgasm - ‘la petite mort.'’’

Justice, aka Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay, recently confirmed details of their upcoming album 'Hyperdrama' — which is set to land on Ed Banger Records this April.

So far the pair have shared two singles from the record, including ‘Generator’ and the Tame Impala-featuring 'One Night/All Night’.

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With the release of ‘One Night/All Night’ came its music video produced by Phantasm and directed by Anton Tammi, which follows an animation of the human body that eventually reveals the artwork for ‘Hyperdrama’.

Out via Ed Banger Records and Because Music, the album will be on streaming platforms April 26.

Physical copies of the album such as CD, double black vinyl, limited edition double crystal clear vinyl and limited edition double picture disc vinyl available to pre-order here.

Watch Justice’s music video to ‘Generator’ below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

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