Daft Punk signs with Sony / Columbia Records, Plans to Release 4th Album Worldwide in Spring

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Although Daft Punk might not be headlining Coachella, we do get to confirm the other huge rumor of the duo putting out some new music. It has been 8 years since their last true album, and 3 since they scored the entire Tron: Legacy sountrack. The waiting is now over as Le Parisen, one of the biggest French publications just released details on the group signing with Sony Records imprint Columbia Records.┬áThis is a huge label jump from British based EMI, who has been home to the group’s first 3 records. Guy-Manuel of Daft Punk in let the details slip while talking with friends at the album release party for his friend Kavinsky in France.

Once the deal with Sony / Columbia has been finalized, they are set to worldwide release this spring.

What direction do you think Daft Punk will take?

 

Source: Le Parisen

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