By Brock ThiessenAt this point, we've all had a good, long time to soak in Daft Punk's summer anthem "Get Lucky," off the helmed duo's much-anticipated Random Access Memories. However, we still haven't got a music video for the track — something that British funnyman Peter Serafinowicz has so kindly rectified.
Today (May 3) the comedian rolled our his visual interpretation of the track, but instead of the Daft Punk guys doing their thing with Nile Rodgers and Pharrell Williams, we have a triple-headed Serafinowicz, who spends the clip pulling faces at himself and getting more than a little goofy, especially during that vocoder bit.
The clip just made our Friday, and it might have the same effect on you. And, yes, we of course know this isn't the "official" video.
Daft Punk's Random Access Memories is heading our way on May 21 via Columbia Records imprint Daft Life Limited.