After endless teasing that started with a 30 second clip during Saturday Night Live and ended with an unprecedented 2 minute video preview that was shown on the jumbotrons at Coachella, the full version of Daft Punk‘s new single, “Get Lucky” featuring Pharrell and Nile Rodgers has leaked, apparently aired by a radio station.
Daft Punk’s new album, Random Access Memories, comes out May 21 on Columbia Records.
In the second in Daft Punk‘s Collaborators Series leading up to the release of their album, Random Access Memories, New Jersey house legend Todd Edwards talks about moving to LA to work with the robots on the new album, and then never going home again. He also gets into some real specifics of the production process and we even get a little peak inside the studio where the new album was recorded.
Remember last May when URB editor Josh Glazer broke the news of Giorgio Moroder‘s involvement with the new Daft Punk album during a keynote interview at IMS? The italo-disco godfather retells his story of being in the studio with the French robots, along with a lot more in this video released by Daft Punk. Their insanely crazy anticipated fourth album, Random Access Memories is out May 21 on Columbia Records.
A few folks might have Daft Punk fatigue after the endless unsubstantiated rumors that flew around SXSW last week. Those 12 people can stop reading here. For the ret of us, today the publicity gods handed down an album title, Random Access Memories, and more importantly, a release date—May 21. Also exciting is the fact that Panda Bear from Animal Collective and Chilly Gonzalez have been added to the list of album collaborators that already included disco legends Nigel Rogers and Giorgio Moroder.