Published Jun 25, 2009While that follow-up to Human After All is still nowhere in sight, Daft Punk have emerged to give us a little something something. No, sorry, not new tunes, but rather a music video for left-field L.A. popster Douglas Armour.
The robotic duo's production company Daft Arts recently produced Armour's new vid "Flushed and Flamelike Themselves." It's directed by Bryce Kass, who also did the video for Jeremy Jay's "Heavenly Creatures."
However, despite Daft Punk being involved, the Armour video does not feature any robots. Instead, we get a long-haired Andrew W.K. running shirtless through the wild, and all in slow motion.
Sound good? Bad? Well, check it out for yourself below. (Thanks to The Tripwire for the heads-up.)
In other Daft Punk news, as previously reported, the pair are in the midst of scoring Tron 2.0 and the duo's Thomas Bangalter recently did the music Gaspar Noé's new film, Enter the Void.