WATCH: Daft Punk Announce Split after 28 Years of Great Music

 

The french-duo Daft Punk have announced their split after 28 years of giving us great tunes including One More Time and Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.

The musicians, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, who founded Daft Punk in 1993, uploaded a cryptic video to their YouTube account, titled Epilogue which features the pair walking apart, while also throwing in an explosion of one of them.

The scene cuts to a sunrise, or possibly a sunset, as a choral version of the group’s song “Touch” plays.

 

 

The song is from the duo’s 2013 “Random Access Memories” album, which in many ways was a culmination of their career. The album, which included the global hit single “Get Lucky,” won the Grammy Award for Best Album the following year.

The duo has largely kept a low profile since then, with their most prominent work being a collaboration with the Weeknd on two songs from his 2016 album “Starboy,” the title track and “I Feel It Coming.”

Watch the “Announcement Video” below, while we head back to our DF playlists, with tissues in hand!

 

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