Daft Punk To Premiere Unreleased Song At The Pompidou Center

Featuring Julian Casablancas on vocals...

Daft Punk will air an unreleased song at Paris’ Pompidou Center.

The group disbanded in 2021. The iconic French duo retain a special place in the electronic pantheon, however, and will return to final album ‘Random Access Memories’ for a 10th anniversary edition later this week.

A plethora of studio goodies have been unearthed, including a special song featuring guest vocals from Strokes frontman – and Daft Punk superfan – Julian Casablancas.

Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo return to a key point in their mutual history for its unveiling – the song will premiere at the Pompidou Center in Paris, the site of the pair’s first rave together back in 1992.

In a listing on the Center’s website, the song – titled ‘Infinity Repeating’ – will be available for playback to visitors. For the “ultra-high fidelity listening experience” the track will be played on a sound system utilising 30 speakers. The center will also host a “cinematic experience” to accompany the song, as well as a “collective experience” that features the full unveiling of the song’s video.

Admission is free, and it takes place tomorrow night (May 11th).

Julian Casablancas already has a starring role on ‘Random Access Memories’ – he appears on ‘Instant Crush’.

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