Duo Daft Punk announced their disbandment

Daft Punk announced the end of their musical career
Daft Punk Without Their Helmets

The French musicians announced the dissolution of the duo, founded in 1993. During its existence, Daft Punk has released four studio albums and was awarded a Grammy seven times.

Its participants began their journey to the world stage 28 years ago.

French electronic music duo Daft Punk is discontinued. This was reported by the American electronic magazine Pitchfork, dedicated to music criticism.

On the occasion of the closure of the project, Daft Punk released an eight-minute video on YouTube called Epilogue. The video is an excerpt from a feature film by the duo Electroma, which follows two robots trying to become humans. At some point, the inscription 1993–2021 appears in the video.

A representative of the duo did not specify whether they would continue to work together under a different name. At the same time, the publication does not exclude that the released video may be the beginning of a new project.

A seven-minute video was posted on the official website of the group, where the dates are shown during the video - the year the group was created and the current day. The music video ends with a picture of a sunset.

Note that the Daft Punk team was created in 1993 by the French Tom Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. Musicians in their work used sound with elements of disco, synth-pop, house, electro.

More about Daft Punk

Tom Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo founded Daft Punk in 1993. During the duo's existence, the musicians have released four studio albums, Pitchfork calls their debut album Homework (1997) "a milestone in dance music", it included the popular songs Around the World and Da Funk, which were later released as separate singles.

Daft Punk has been nominated four times for the BRIT Awards. The duo received seven Grammy awards, two of which (for best recording of the year and best pop performance by a duo or group) were awarded for the track Get Lucky, recorded with performers Pharrell Williams and Niall Rogers. Another Grammy was awarded to the musicians' last album, Random Access Memories, which was released in 2013.

The musicians also wrote the soundtrack for the film "Tron: Legacy" (2010), in which they played small roles.

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