French digital music band Daft Punk have introduced they’re splitting up, trade title Variety quoted their publicist as saying on Monday, ending a 28-year collaboration that spawned dance hits together with ‘Around the World‘ and ‘One More Time‘.
The group, identified for performing whereas dressed as robots in metallic helmets, posted a video on YouTube entitled ‘Epilogue‘, with a picture that flashed on display screen bearing the dates 1993-2021.
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Variety quoted their publicist, Kathryn (*28*), as saying that they had split, however with out offering particulars. Frazier’s agency didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.
Daft Punk was a duo of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo from France who met in school in Paris.
They emerged as a serious mainstream worldwide act when their track ‘Harder Better Faster Stronger‘ was nominated for the perfect dance recording Grammy award in 2008.
Their largest success was with the album Random Access Memories. It was named album of the yr on the 2013 Grammy awards and the hit single from the album, Get Lucky, that includes US performer Pharrell Williams, gained the Grammy for file of the yr.
Earlier throughout an interview, Bangalter spoke about fame and stardom by stating, “We don’t believe in the star system. We want the focus to be on the music. If we have to create an image, it must be an artificial image. That combination hides our physicality and also shows our view of the star system. It is not a compromise. We’re trying to separate the private side and the public side. It’s just that we’re a little bit embarrassed by the whole thing. We don’t want to play this star system thing. We don’t want to get recognised in the streets. Yes. Everyone has accepted us using masks in photos so far, which makes us happy. Maybe sometimes people are a little bit disappointed but that’s the only way we want to do it. We think music is the most personal thing we can give. The rest is just about people taking themselves seriously, which is all very boring sometimes.”
(With inputs from Reuters)