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Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter announces his first solo album in 20 years

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“Mythologies” It was co-produced by the Bordeaux National Opera and the Preljocal Ballet. With a duration of 90 minutes, it intended to address the “foundational myths that shape the collective imagination”.

The album will now be released on April 7 via Erato/Warner Classics and is described in a press release (via Pitchfork) as reflecting “the traditional full-scale force of a symphony and as such encompasses the history of orchestral ballet music. ”.

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The project is Bangalter’s first since daft punk announced they were disbanding in February 2021. The band announced their split after 28 years together, confirming the news in an eight-minute video called ‘Epilogue’, which features footage from their 2006 sci-fi film Electroma. It has not been confirmed. no reason for break up.

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Earlier this month, the duo shared a rare unmasked live video of “Rollin’ & Scratching” of your files online. The clip first aired as part of a one-off Twitch stream last year, during which the French electronic duo broadcast an entire set filmed at the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles in 1997. The stream marked the one-year anniversary of their split. and the 25th anniversary of their historic debut album homework.

Prior to this, the band released footage of them performing “Da Funk” Y “Revolution 909” and joined TikTok in October 2022.

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