It isn’t rare that unseen Daft Punk footage surfaces online, but still, every single time it does, it’s just as thrilling.
In the latest video to surface, the legendary French duo’s 2007 Performance from Lollapalooza in Chicago surfaced as it was uploaded to YouTube by a user known to share footage from his archives.
Originally shot in August 2007, this performance was a part of the duo’s Alive Tour and in true Daft Punk fashion, the set was mixed live and showcased on screens at Grant Park in Chicago. The set was packed with some of their biggest hits, from “One More Time” to “Technologic” and “Around The World” among many more.
While a lot of these videos don’t seem to make it too long before they are taken down, we can only hope this one is for the long run. Last year, never seen before fan footage of a Las vegas Daft Punk stop during the Alive 2007 tour had surfaced with some exceptional editing, but it has since seemingly been taken down.
At the end of last year, Daft Punk’s 2006 set from Japan’s Summer Sonic Festival was also made available to officially stream for free on YouTube over one weekend.
Right now, something we can definitely look forward to is the duo’s almost certain involvement on the soundtrack of the epic upcoming Tron 3. While this news hasn’t yet been officially confirmed, the duo did score the 2010 film ‘Tron: Legacy’, and fans are highly anticipating their return to the soundtrack. (link – https://djmag.com/news/tron-3-confirmed-daft-punk-rumoured-soundtrack )
The duo might not have released much material or played live in a while, but they remain fan favourites without a doubt. In 2019, ‘Random Access Memories’ was revealed as being the best-selling dance music album of the decade!
We can never have enough of Daft Punk and we’re sure most of you agree.
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