Daft Punk Co-Produced Charlotte Gainsbourg's New Track 'Rest': Listen

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Charlotte Gainsbourg at the TCL Chinese Theatre on June 20, 2016 in Los Angeles. 

Though any chance of the duo reconvening for an Alive 2017 tour feels pretty remote at this point, there's comfort knowing that separately, Daft Punk continue to produce for all artists great (The Weeknd's "Starboy" and "I Feel It Coming") and small (Australian quintet Parcels).

With Daft Punk's other half, Thomas Bangalter, working on Arcade Fire's "Everything Now," Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo has busied himself by co-producing the title track from Charlotte Gainsbourg's upcoming album, Rest. Homem-Chirsto's familiar, eerie synthesizers softly pour over Gainsbourg's wilting voice.

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Rest, the French singer's first album in seven years, is out Nov. 17 and features contributions from Paul McCartney, Owen Pallett, Connan Mockasin and more. Watch a teaser trailer for the "Rest" music video below.

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