Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo formed the duo in 1993
The French duo Daft Punk, who followed a successful career in electronic music, decided to separate after 28 years together. The news was confirmed by Kathryn Frazier, longtime adviser to the dou, to the website Pitchfork, but the reasons for the breakup were not detailed. To announce the end, the Parisian duo also released a video entitled “Epílogo”, which is an excerpt from the film “Electroma” (2006). Thomas Bangalter e Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo formed Daft Punk in Paris in 1993 and the first album, “Homework”, was released in 1997. In 2001, the duo released Discovery and started to make public appearances in robot clothes, which ended up becoming his trademark.
The singles One More Time e Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger made the duo known worldwide. Daft Punk stopped there and was also successful with Get Lucky, single that is part of “Random Access Memories”, the last album released by the artists, in 2013. With the work, the duo won several Grammy awards, including the Album of the Year category. In 2016, they released Starboy in partnership with The Weeknd.