This Thursday (Might 11), Daft Punk will premiere a previously-unreleased track at Paris’ Pompidou Middle. The monitor, titled “Infinity Repeating,” will seem on the duo’s tenth anniversary reissue of Random Entry Recollections, which arrives the next day. “Infinity Repeating” was initially tracked throughout recording periods for Random Entry Recollections, and options vocals from Julian Casablancas, who additionally appeared on the LP single “Immediate Crush.”
In response to Pomidou Middle’s web site, there might be 3 ways to expertise “Infinity Repeating” on the museum: Will probably be performed on a sound system composed of 30 audio system for an “ultra-high constancy listening expertise,” the middle can even host a “cinematic expertise” to accompany the track, in addition to a “collective expertise” that may characteristic a video debuted on the enormous display on the 350-seat Pompidou Middle Discussion board. Admission is free on a first-come first-served foundation.
The Pompidou Middle is intertwined with Daft Punk’s historical past: in 1992, Thomas Bangalter and Man-Manuel de Homem-Christo attended their first rave on the museum once they have been nonetheless youngsters.
Daft Punk broke up in February 2021. They introduced the information with an 8-minute visible titled “Epilogue,” excerpted from their 2006 movie Electroma. Final yr, they reissued their pivotal debut album Homework.
Bangalter just lately launched a brand new solo LP, Mythologies, that includes compositions from his first impartial orchestral work. Mythologies was commissioned for the ballet of the identical title in 2021.