Daft Punk artwork hints at fourth album


Daft Punk uploaded a new piece of artwork to their website today, a sparse CGI of the two iconic helmets. Within minutes the French DJ duo’s site crashed as Twitter was alight with the news.

The Columbia logo, seen at the bottom right of the artwork, confirms that Daft Punk have left EMI Records for the Sony Music Entertainment subsidiary. The reclusive pair have released all of its recordings via EMI’s Virgin Records, now owned by Universal, with the exception of its most recent soundtrack for Disney’s Tron: Legacy.

Fans hope that the new artwork and Daft Punk’s apparent move to Columbia records is a sign of an imminent fourth studio album. Nothing has been confirmed yet, but producer/Chic co-founder Nile Rodgers recently hinted that it would be released in the coming months.

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