"A continuation of the same fascinations that have driven them since their debut."
The hyperbole surrounding Woman is that it's a triumphant return to the dancefloor for one-time domain wunderkinds Justice.
Specifically, after their softer, more psychedelic second album Audio, Video, Disco. But, in reality, it's simply a continuation of the same fascinations that have driven them since their debut - psychedelia, rock, disco and a child-like sense of play. Is it more dance-friendly than its predecessor? Yes. But, it retains that album's gentle craftsmanship and psychedelic warmth. The rhythms and hooks are simply shifted to the forefront again. In short: it's another Justice album. A pretty good one.