Daft Punk — the favored home music duo recognized for carrying helmets on stage and performing like robots — have formally known as it quits, and did so in a fittingly dramatic style.
The French pair, Man-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, simply posted an 8-minute video known as “Epilogue” … wherein the one sounds for the primary 5 minutes are an excerpt from their 2006 movie, “Electroma.”
Within the clip, the blokes stroll by the desert, coming face-to-face with one another, after which considered one of them prompts an explosive system on the again of the opposite … watching him stroll away and blow up.
Then, their basic digital music kicks in as “1993-2021” flashes on the display … and the remaining Daft Punk member walks off into the sundown.
We reached out to the group to see if this implies they’re breaking apart, and their longtime publicist, Biz 3 proprietor Kathryn Frazier confirms it … however gave no purpose.
Daft Punk started blowing up within the late 90s as a part of the French home motion, however would go on to realize mainstream success with “One More Time” and “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.”
They gained a Grammy for his or her “Alive 2007” album, famously composed the soundtrack for “Tron: Legacy” in 2010, and had a smash hit in 2013 with “Get Lucky,” that includes Pharrell.
The Weeknd‘s 2016 collab with the group on “Starboy” was their first #1 hit on Billboard’s Sizzling 100. Since then, each tour and breakup rumors have adopted the group … however it appears breaking apart hypothesis has come true.