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Daft Punk: the new title “Infinity Repeating” unveiled

On the occasion of the release of the special 10th anniversary edition of the album “Random Access Memories” on Friday May 12, an unreleased track by Daft Punk dating from 2013 was unveiled this Thursday at the Center Pompidou.

A few hundred lucky people were able to discover a new Daft Punk title this Thursday evening as a world exclusive. The event took place at the Center Pompidou where, in 1992, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo fell in love with electro at a rave.

Ten years after the release of their last album, the most famous Ile-de-France duo in the world, and separated since 2021, lifted the veil on “Infinity Repeating”, one of the nine tracks he recorded in 2013 without ever releasing them.

Four and a half minutes of music, and a clip showing a man walking, this is what the fans present at the Parisian museum of the Center Pompidou – to whom three modes of discovery in association with Ircam were offered – were able to listen to this evening and preview.

A title hovering in line with certain tracks from the album “Random Access Memories” for which it was recorded, “Infinity Repeating” comes from a Daft Punk collaboration with the singer of the Strokes, Julian Casablancas.

It will be unveiled to the rest of the world this Friday, notably on YouTube (just below).

The release-event of this unreleased was part of the festivities organized around the sale this Friday, May 12 of the special 10th anniversary edition of the album “Random Access Memories”, Daft Punk’s fourth and last studio album, with 35 minutes of never-before-released music.

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Note that fans who are boiling with impatience also have an appointment on Snapchat, which revealed this Thursday, May 11 the places where, in ten cities around the world, including Paris, they can discover new experiences in augmented reality via the ‘application.

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