Daft Punk To Release 4th Studio Album This Spring With Sony

Daft Punk To Release 4th Studio Album This Spring With Sony
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After 17 years with Virgin records, French dance duo Daft Punk has left the label and signed with Sony-owned Columbia!

As hinted by one of their most recent collaborators — Nile Rodgers — Daft Punk is planning to release their fourth studio album this spring!

According to the New Musical Express, Rodgers, as well as renowned songwriter Paul Williams, Giorgio Moroder, Animal Collective’s Panda Bear and Feist collaborator Chilly Gonzales have all contributed in some way to the highly anticipated LP.

The forthcoming LP will be the duo’s first official album since ’05s Human After All!

Make sure to check back for more information as it is revealed!

Keif Richards | Elite.

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