After twenty-eight-years of making iconic dance music, Daft Punk is splitting up.
Here's what we know so far...
The masked duo, who are known best for tracks such as "Get Lucky" and "One More Time," are calling it a day.
Pitchfork broke the news after the pair's publicist, Kathryn Frazier, confirmed that they will be parting ways.
Daft Punk 😥— TRAAKS (@TRAAKS)1614006117.0
I hope Daft Punk are only breaking up so they can sensationally reunite in three years and charge us all €120 to se… https://t.co/nMdCk9hnws— ⭐ amy o'connor ⭐ (@⭐ amy o'connor ⭐)1614006117.0
i found out daft punk broke up while in my FRENCH class honestly this should be illegal— alli dumps ♐︎ (@alli dumps ♐︎)1614006119.0
I LITERALLY JUST FINISHED THE RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES ALBUM YESTERDAY KILL ME #daftpunk— Shani (@Shani)1614006203.0
Daft Punk split up? 2021's coming out swinging 😭😭😭 Discovery was my first CD and that shit lives rent free in my h… https://t.co/ARguzRyYmA— ✨Perpetual Emotion✨ COMMISSIONS OPEN (@✨Perpetual Emotion✨ COMMISSIONS OPEN)1614006203.0
Damn daft punk— sophistipop (@sophistipop)1614006204.0
I need the rest of the day off for bereavement #daftpunk— Jane Dope (@Jane Dope)1614006205.0
Now that daft punk has split i will return to my 2013 playlist containing three hours of get lucky and that one gotye song— Panchresta/THM (Brandon) (@Panchresta/THM (Brandon))1614006119.0
The duo, both from Paris, then confirmed the news with an 8-minute video titled "Epilogue," excerpted from their 2006 film, Electroma.
It was uploaded to YouTube just under an hour ago.
A reason for their split is yet to be revealed.
Make sure to stay posted for further updates.