Hey, whatever it takes, right? Especially when the jams are as tight as they are on Audio. Those expecting the record to stick their finger in a light socket again might be disappointed, but fuck 'em. Justice are electro rock stars without hitting the distorto-preset on every tune. "We just wanted to make something that was not, you know, urban with neon lights, clubs, and champagne," says Augé. "It's more like an afternoon in a rocky landscape."

JUSTICE | House of Blues, 15 Lansdowne St, Boston | March 19 @ 7 pm | All Ages | $35-$45 | 617.693.2583 or hob.com/boston

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