Popular electronic artists Daft Punk have revealed that they will be releasing their first album in eight years after they signed a record deal with music company Columbia. It is expected that the album will be released in May of this year and the duo could collaborate with both Girogio Moroder and Gonzales.
The Columbia music label which is owned by Sony has signed up the Daft Punk duo, Thomas Bangalter and Guy Manuel de Homem-Christo.
Little information has been released about the new album but it is expected to hit shops in the UK during May. Many music experts have hinted that the band will return for many years and it is understood that the album has been worked on other the last few years.
The electronic duo were last seen performing in the UK around five years ago in 2007 when they performed at the Wireless Festival. The organiser of Bestival revealed that they had been informed that the duo would not be touring during 2013.
Daft Punk have been incredibly successful within the UK electronic music industry. Their debut album named Homework was released in 1997, Discovery was released in 2001 and Human After All was released in 2005.