After five long years... they are back. Justice subtly released their first single in five years yesterday. Titled, "Safe and Sound," the new psychedelic, 70s-inspired tune is the first taste of their third studio album and follow up to Audio, Video, Disco (2011).

After Busy P premiered the song during his DJ set at Sónar, the live version of "Safe and Sound" was circulated and identified by Shazam. Yesterday, it was made official with a radio premiere on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show and a release on justice.church, where it is available for download.

The track is accompanied by an all-too-perfect visualizer with an old-school VHS aesthetic on YouTube. Check out the lead single "Safe and Sound" from Justice's upcoming album, expected to arrive this year, and be sure to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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