Official end of career: Electro pop duo Daft Punk has split up



Sad news for all electro pop fans:

 The  group Daft Punk announced on Monday with a video that they are giving up their collaboration after 28 years.

An excerpt from the eight-minute video in which Daft-Punk members Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo tell fans that they are breaking up their electro-pop group 28 years after their debut album was released.

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     The  French band duo Daft Punk announced their split on Monday.

  • Members Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo shared this in an eight-minute video.

  • Over the course of 28 years, the two musicians had won 6 Grammys and written numerous hits.

Daft Punk, one of the most influential electro pop groups in the last 28 years, announced their resignation in a video on Monday. ©

 The  long-time manager of the duo confirmed the separation to Variety. He declined to give the reasons.


 The  eight-minute clip “Epilogue” shows Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo walking through the desert wearing their space helmets and leather jackets. One of them takes off his jacket and lets the other destroy himself with a button on his back. ©

 The  other goes on alone.

6 Grammys and numerous hits


 The  Parisian duo had written some of the most successful dance numbers in the world in their long career. ©

 The  duo has won six Grammy Awards.

Bangalter and Homem-Christo – also called Guy-Man founded Daft Punk in 1993. ©

 The ir debut album “Homework” immediately became a world hit thanks to songs like “Da Funk” and “Around the World”. In 2000 the single “One More Time” was released. Daft Punk landed another worldwide hit that sold over 4 million times and became the band’s greatest commercial success. For around 20 years, the two musicians only appeared in public with their robot helmets, which have become trademarks.

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Official career Electro pop duo Daft Punk split


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