Anyway, on Tuesday the social media of Thomas Bangalter and J-Manuel de Homem Cristo, better known as Daft Punk, was revived: a new logo appeared on Facebook and The new Twitch channel (Live video service, editor). At 10:22 p.m., a 25-year-old show of the duo began in Los Angeles on that channel. Over 100,000 fans watched (replay) the legendary show online.
A short throwback, exactly a year after they said goodbye? Or is there more and the brothers are thinking of returning? Fans are speculating about it online, and the content is optimistic.
Daft Punk first saw the light in 1993 and was founded by French dance duo Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. Last year, the legendary dance duo called it quits after a 28-year career, and the news of their split was announced in an eight-minute video called “Epilogue.” The two French DJs stand in the desert, after which the self-destruct button is pressed. “Daft Bank: 1993 – 2021,” it was reported. Her manager Catherine Fraser also confirmed the news to several sites, but the reason for the split was not revealed. Their manager has neither confirmed nor denied whether the two will work together under another name in the future.
See also: Daft Punk discontinued after 28 years
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