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Ahead of a special performance at the Google I/O conference in California on May 9, which will be livestreamed on YouTube, Justice returns with a brand-new single, "Stop."

The song's neon-tinged animated video comes courtesy of Mrzyk and Moriceau, a French creative duo who have also worked with the likes of Sébastien Tellier and Air. Press play above to witness some more of their psychedelic handiwork.

In addition to the Google showcase, Justice will be performing at various locations across the globe in the coming weeks and months. See below for dates and venues.

May 18. Moscow, Adrenaline Stadium, Russia May 26. London, All Points East Festival (Victoria Park), UK June 2. Dublin, Forbidden Fruit, Ireland June 10. Manchester, Parklife Festival, UK June 23. Hurricane Festival, Scheessel, Germany June 24. Neuhausen ob Eck, Southside Festival, Germany June 29. Nort-sur-Erdre, Festival La Nuit de l'Erdre, France July 6. Boxtel, We are Electric, Netherlands July 8. Arras, Main Square, France July 12. Madrid, Mad Cool Festival, Spain July 14. Barcelona, Cruïlla Festival, Spain July 17. Milan, Summer Festival, Italy July 19. Lisbon, Super Bock Super Rock, Portugal July 22. Benicassim, FIB Benicassim, Spain August 11. Bucarest, Summer Well Festival, Romania August 24. Zurich, Zurich Openair, Switzerland August 26. Boulogne-Billancourt, Rock en Seine, France September 21. Las Vegas, Life is Beautiful, USA October 5. Austin, Austin City Limits Music Festival, USA October 12. Austin, Austin City Limits Music Festival, USA

In other music news, here's how Twitter is reacting to Childish Gambino's incredible "This Is America" video.

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