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French electronic duo Justice have released some 80’s tinged visuals for their latest single Stop. Presented in Tron-style neon lights shape-shifting from scene to scene, the video is a trippy mash-up of shapes, typography and symbols all matching the music. Complimenting the retro feel of the single’s heavy synths and distorted vocals, the animation is suitably fuzzy and feels like something that wouldn’t have been completely out of place in an episode of He-Man, as we see hands shooting out beams of light, spaceships shooting through stars and giant jaguar heads all morphing in and out of each other.

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