Duo separates after 28 years of career
French duo Daft Punk put an end to their trajectory in pop music. Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter announced the separation by publishing a video entitled "Epilogue", which features an excerpt from the film "Electroma" made by the duo in 2006. In the video, the two robots, which form the visual mark of the duo , walk through a desert and, after a while, explodes after a device is triggered.
In its twenty-eight years of existence, Daft Punk has released four acclaimed studio albums - Homework (1997), Discovery (2001), Human After All (2005) and Random Access Memories (2013). The duo leaves the music scene leaving its name in the group of most influential and creative artists in this vast universe of pop music.