Consider this a sweet, sweet surprise in prelude to their new album Woman that drops on November 18th. The video for Justice’s “Randy” track, which dropped yesterday, is nothing short of a real-life throwback to 1987.

The video is a nearly seven-minute live art installation by Thomas Jumin. Shot in Paris, the electric track uses 25 TVs from the 80’s to sing a song of true inspiration to a metaphorical person named ‘Randy.’

“We simply filmed it like one would film an art installation, so as to retain the object’s authority and repetitive simplicity,” says Jumin.

So if we really dissect Jumin’s approach: in efforts to elevate the artistic component, all elements of the film were captured in real-time, and then syncopated together to produce the finished project. For any other artist, we may be shocked at this caliber of creative execution. But from Justice, this is just what we’ve grown to love and expect.

This couldn’t hype us up any more for the release of Woman in a few short weeks. In the mean time, watch and re-watch as this disco-centric greatness brings the funk. You can also catch the first single off their new album “Safe and Sound.”