Why did Daft Punk, the most famous French singing duo in the world, split up?


In a news that caused shock in the musical community, the two members of Daft Punk, the most famous French singing duo in the world, announced their separation on Monday through a video clip entitled “The Conclusion” after a career full of success that lasted nearly three decades.

The video, which is about eight minutes long and posted on social networks, shows the two band members wearing their famous robot helmets as they walk through a barren desert land. After they met silently and face to face for a few seconds, one of them turned on the other’s back a counterclockwise, which ended a minute later by detonating it automatically to become just a cloud of smoke.

A media official who traditionally collaborated with the world-famous French singing duo in electro music confirmed the separation of the band, which was founded in 1993 by Thomas Bangalter, 46, and Guy Manuel de Homem Christo, 47.

The news of Daftbank’s separation sparked the Twitter network, as an average of 32 tweets were published per second, according to Visibrain.

The band did not officially announce the reason for their separation, but some music professionals and trackers of Daft Punk’s hiccup suggested that the reason for the separation was due to the fact that they had put an end to their artistic career with global success through the album and “Get Lucky”, and thus the band is the most famous in the world. the ring.

And among the unexpected gestures of honor, the French Ministry of the Armed Forces re-posted a tweet for a music clip containing a mixture of Daft Punk works played by a military band during the official celebrations of the French National Day on July 14, 2017.

The separation put an end to the rumors and tweets that were constantly circulating about their preparation of a new album and many tweets that recently talked about the possibility of their appearance in the intermission of the final match of the American Football League (Super Bowl).

Since the hit song “Homework” in 1997, the duo have been the two most prominent ambassadors of French electro music in the world. The two singers have dedicated their global success to three hits, “Discovery” (2001), “Human After Al” (2005) and “Random Access Memories” (2013) with the world hit song “Get Lucky”, in addition to their striking looks. The theater.

The last appearance of Toma Pangalter and Guy Canuel de Homem Cristo, friends since their school days, on the stage for fourteen years, but they had few looks during television celebrations.

Since their beginnings, the French have made marketing an essential element in their careers and have focused on the two elements of reduced production and an ambiguous appearance, as they never show their faces and issue few recordings.

In recent years, the Parisian duo, who won six Grammy Awards in the United States, had teamed up with Canadian singer The Weeknd on “Starboy” and “I Feel It Cumming”, before producing the Australian song “Overnight”.

At the beginning of this year, a young French man, near the city of Avignon in southeastern France, accidentally stumbled upon two previously unknown cassette tapes of recordings from a concert by the Daft Punk singer on November 18, 1995 in a club run by the young man’s father.



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