Daft Punk premiere unreleased track in Paris
Daft Punk will premiere a previously-unreleased song at the Pompidou Centre in Paris on Thursday, May 11.
Titled Infinity Repeating, the track will appear on their Random Access Memories 10th anniversary reissue, which releases on May 12. The song was originally recorded during the album’s recording sessions and features Julian Casablancas on vocals, who also sang on the album’s Instant Crush.
The Pompidou Centre will provide three different ways for visitors to experience the track at the museum, including an “ultra-high fidelity listening experience” played on a sound system composed of 30 speakers. The centre will also host a “cinematic experience” to accompany the song and a “collective experience” featuring a video debuted on the giant screen at the 350-seat Pompidou Centre Forum. Admission to the exhibition is free and on a first-come-first-served basis.
Daft Punk has strong links with the Pompidou Centre, having attended their first rave at the museum in 1992 when they were still teenagers. The music duo announced their breakup in February 2021, with an eight-minute visual titled Epilogue taken from their 2006 film Electroma.
Update: The duo have released the track alongside a music video. Check it out below.