Daft Punk have introduced a brand new “drumless version” of their remaining studio album ‘Random Entry Reminiscences’.
The French duo are set to launch a track-by-track reimagining of their 2013 Grammy-winning fourth document on November 17. You may pre-order it right here (bodily) and right here (digital).
Followers will be capable to get their fingers on a CD, 2LP and a alternative of two vinyl ‘bundles’.
An official description reads: “This model strips away all drum and percussive components from the album, giving listeners the flexibility to dive deeper into the layers of instrumentation on every monitor.”
Take a look at the preview video and snippet within the announcement publish under.
Random Entry Reminiscences – Drumless Version, November seventeenth 2023
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— Daft Punk (@daftpunk) September 28, 2023
Earlier this 12 months Daft Punk launched a tenth anniversary version of ‘Random Entry Reminiscences’ containing 35 minutes of outtakes and unheard demos.
The unique model of the album included the hit single ‘Get Fortunate’ that includes Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, and ‘Instantaneous Crush’ that includes The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas.
NME this 12 months explored how ‘Random Entry Reminiscences’ turned essentially the most hyped album of its period in a particular retrospective characteristic.
Daft Punk introduced their break-up in February 2021 after nearly 30 years collectively.
Daft Punk. Credit score: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Pictures
Throughout a latest interview Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter he was “relieved” over the way in which that the band ended.
“The query I ask extra myself is why we did finish it quite than the way it may final for therefore lengthy,” he mentioned. “It’s loads like a narrative or mini saga – typically there’s a TV present that has a particular place in folks’s hearts and it retains that place, and it runs for one, two, three, 4, 5, typically 10 seasons.
“There’s a second the place it ends and I feel it’s really attention-grabbing to have this chance to begin, have the center and to finish it… [I was] relieved and comfortable to look again and say: ‘OK, we didn’t mess it up an excessive amount of’.”