At long last, new music from Daft Punk has arrived.
The legendary robot duo has just released the landmark 10th-anniversary edition of Random Access Memories, a celebratory and expanded edition of their final album which includes thirty-five minutes of previously unreleased music.
Suddenly, there’s more to explore within the five-time Grammy-winning LP, including demos like “Infinity Repeating (2013 Demo),” which was recorded ten years ago during the original recording sessions for the album. In a press release shared with EDM.com, singer Julian Casablancas describes the summery and uplifting track as having a “lovely and bizarre” quality to it, squarely in the spirit of what longtime fans of the iconic producers have been searching for.
On a more somber note, the album concludes with a splash of cold water back to reality with “Touch (2021 Epilogue),” a cut that was exclusively featured in the duo’s tear-jerking breakup video over two years ago.
To commemorate the anniversary and album release, Snapchat’s AR Studio has created “Daft Punk: Memories Unlocked,” a series of never-before-seen augmented reality-driven experiences. Fans can now enjoy a custom AR-generated track reveal for their single “Horizon” and an exclusive AR experience that activates a Daft Punk-inspired “Crystal Helmet” lens.
The Random Access Memories 10th Anniversary Edition is available in multiple formats, including vinyl, and via major streaming services.