French digital music stars Daft Punk have cut up up, their publicist confirmed on Monday, ending one of many period’s defining dancefloor acts.
The duo launched a video titled Epilogue by which one of many robotic duo is blown up within the desert, adopted by a cutaway studying “1993-2021”.
Their publicist, Kathryn Frazier, confirmed the information to AFP by e mail.
Daft Punk — actual names Thomas Bangalter and Man-Manuel de Homem-Christo — launched themselves on to the world with the album Homework in 1997 and rapidly established an iconic look with their ever-present robotic helmets.
Their early singles Across the World and Da Funk turned membership fixtures, and so they adopted up with an much more profitable album, Discovery in 2001, which spawned the hits One Extra Time and Tougher, Higher, Sooner, Stronger.
Their 2013 single Get Fortunate that includes Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers was their greatest hit of all, promoting thousands and thousands of copies world wide and successful them two Grammys, which got here with two extra for the album Random Entry Recollections.