Justice Remixes Lenny Kravitz

On one hand, it’s fun to see an outfit that’s amassed as much cred as Justice spend some of it on those less fortunate than themselves in the bloghaus era, like say U2 and Lenny Kravitz. On the other it’s like whuuut Justice are remixing U2 and Lenny Kravitz? There must be some good reasons. Maybe it’s a sincere cred rehabilitation thing, maybe it’s just for the parlor game of seeing if they can pull it off, maybe it’s born of Justice being bored of looking cool and smoking in Parisian clubs and that actually there is no strategy whatsoever. (Oh right, also: these things.) Anyway thinking about the whys and the WTFs surrounding Justice’s remix of “Let Love Rule” is more interesting than the track itself. Kravitz is releasing a deluxe 20th anniversary edition of Let Love Rule that I know all of you are going to buy, and to promote he had Gaspard and Xavier make the title track into a Justice song. I mean, that is what it is: typical ? style synths and house bounce underneath, Lenny letting love rule overtop. Download it at lennykravitz.com for the price of an email. Or just imagine what it sounds like and you’ll probably be right.