A Daft Punk video trailer shown at Coachella confirmed Pharrell Williams, Animal Collective's Panda Bear, The Strokes' Julian Casablancas, Giorgio Moroder, Nile Rodgers and more will appear on "Random Access Memories," due in May.
Daft Punk may not be on the official Coachella lineup this year, still the French electronic duo still managed to grab the attention of concert-goers talking in the festival's first day (April 12).
Daft Punk broadcasted a new trailer for their forthcoming album, "Random Access Memories," on the main stage jumbotrons right before the Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeahs took the stage for their 8:40pm set. The two-minute video features footage of the duo playing guitar and drums alongside vocalist Pharrell Williams and famed Chic co-founder Nile Rodgers on a funky, disco-tinged song 'Get Lucky.' The video caused more excitement that many of the bands playing live across the festival's six-stages, re-igniting rumours and raising hopes that the French duo might just make an in-the-flesh appearance on-stage before Coachella closes its gates on Sunday.