The helmet-wearing French digital music duo of Thomas Bangalter and Man-Manuel de Homem-Christo introduced they’ve break up up … for now.
The group launched an eight-minute clip from the top of its 2006 movie “Electroma” to say goodbye.
Within the video, titled “Epilogue,” which has been considered greater than 1.6 million occasions because it was posted Monday, the “robots” put on their standard “house” helmets and jackets as they stroll in a desert panorama. One in all them units a countdown clock on the opposite’s again, prompting the beeping robotic to stroll away and explode. A message flashes onscreen: “1993-2021,” because the duo’s 2013 music “Touch” performs and the opposite robotic walks into the sundown.
Bangalter and Homem-Christo, who appeared in public and carried out with their faces hid, received six Grammys, their first two in 2008 for “Harder Better Faster Stronger” (greatest dance recording) and “Alive 2007″ (greatest digital/dance album).
Their first No. 1 album arrived with their final launch, “Random Access Memories,” in 2013. The album, which received the Grammys for report of the yr, album of the year, greatest pop duo/group efficiency and greatest dance/digital album, included the hit music “Get Lucky,” that includes Pharrell Williams, which made it to No. 2 on the Billboard Scorching 100.
Followers and music makers mourned the exit of Daft Punk on social media Monday. The announcement despatched the pair’s songs hovering up the Twitter tendencies and the iTunes chart. Many remembered the duo’s sensational “Alive 2007″ reveals and 2006 Coachella set as being among the greatest concert events of all time.
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