Watch Justice debut new songs at Coachella 2024

Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay of Justice at Coachella

Justice showcased a host of new songs from their forthcoming album ‘Hyperdrama’ at Coachella 2024 last night (April 12).

The French dance duo played their first show of the year at the Outdoor Theatre on day one of the festival.

Kicking off with ‘Generator’ from their new album – their first in over seven years, Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosna also debuted ‘Mannequin Love’, their Tame Impala collaboration ‘One Night / All Night’, ‘Neverender’ – another track in collaboration with Kevin Parker – along with ‘Incognito’ and ‘Afterimage’. You can view footage of the songs and watch the full set back below.

Elsewhere, they also performed their classic hits ‘We Are Your Friends’ and ‘D.A.N.C.E’, the latter of which saw the duo blend Jay-Z‘s ‘On To The Next One’ into the track.

‘Hyperdrama’ is set for release on April 26 and can be pre-ordered here. Later this year they are due to headline London’s Field Day Festival and perform at a host of other shows and festivals. Visit here for a full list of upcoming shows and to buy remaining tickets.

In other Coachella news, several artists faced sound and technical issues on day one, especially on the main stage – known as the Coachella Stage. Some of these acts included headlining Lana Del Rey, Sabrina Carpenter and The Japanese House.

Throughout the course of Del Rey’s performance, fans aired their grievances about the sound quality, as Lana’s microphone volume was noticeably lower than her backup singers’ and her microphone would occasionally beep and crackle.

The sound issues continued when she brought out special guests such as Billie Eilish, Jon Batiste and Jack Antonoff to perform.

Elsewhere, Deftones covered The Smith’s ‘Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want’ while Suki Waterhouse covered Oasis‘ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’.

Shakira made a special guest appearance during Bizarrap’s set, during which she announced a new world tour. Sabrina Carpenter treated fans in attendance at the main stage to a visually stunning and hit-filled setlist and Lil Uzi Vert broke out the hits for their high-octane set. For more live updates as it happens, check out NME’s liveblog for Coachella 2024 here.

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