Daft Punk Showed Faces In 1997 Archive Video "Rollin' & Scratchin"

Daft Punk, the French electronic music duo, has surprised fans with a rare live video from their 1997 performance in Los Angeles. The footage, which shows the musicians performing their song “Rollin’ & Scratchin'” from their debut album “Homework,” is significant as it captures the group without their signature masks.

The video was originally aired during a Twitch broadcast in February 2022, which marked the 25th anniversary of “Homework” and the first anniversary of the group’s retirement announcement. It has since been shared widely on social media, much to the delight of fans.

Although Daft Punk is known for their mysterious personas and their reluctance to show their faces in public, there are many photos of the duo without their masks available online. Some have even been shared on the group’s social media accounts.

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The release of the video comes just a few months after fans discovered a Daft Punk helmet in the Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Velvet video games. The helmet belongs to Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, one of the members of the group, and comes in a variety of colors, including classic gold, red, and green.

Despite their retirement, Daft Punk remains active on social media, with a TikTok page that has already amassed over 174,000 followers. In addition, the group released a remastered version of their iconic “Da Funk” music video in November, featuring commentary by renowned director Spike Jonze.

Daft Punk’s music has had a lasting impact on the electronic music scene, with many artists citing the duo as a major influence. Their unique sound and iconic image have made them one of the most recognizable acts in the music industry. Although fans may be sad to see them go, the legacy of Daft Punk is sure to live on for many years to come.

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