ROME, FEBRUARY 22 – Two years have passed since that February 22, 2021 at 2:22 in the afternoon when, with an 8-minute video entitled “Epilogue”, Daft Punk, the Parisian duo formed by Thomas Bangalter Guy-Manuel de Homem -Christo, responsible for some of the most famous dance and pop songs ever, announced the end of the project. Today, exactly two years later, they launch the May 12 release of “Random Access Memories” (10th Anniversary Edition), an extended reissue of the iconic duo’s album. The album is also already available for pre-order at the link: 2023 in fact marks the 10th anniversary of “Random Access Memories”, the band’s most famous and acclaimed album, thanks to the 5 Grammy Award wins and the super hits which contains, “Get Lucky” (over 1 billion streams, 5X Platinum in Italy) and “Instant Crush” (over 800 million streams and certified Gold in Italy). The album marked a new creative approach for Daft Punk: it was recorded over several years using analogue rather than digital instrumentation, and features collaborations for the first time with music legends such as Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, Giorgio Moroder, Todd Edwards and Paul Williams. For “Random Access Memories” (10th Anniversary Edition), Daft Punk will show some of the most intimate creative processes that characterized the birth of the album, with 9 new demo tracks and outtakes, for a total of 35 minutes of previously unreleased music until now. This new release will be available in 180 gram triple LP, double CD digipack and digital formats. In addition, the original version of “Random Access Memories” will be available in Atmos for the first time. (HANDLE).