BBC Announces Daft Punk TV Documentary

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Daft Punk are scheduled to remove their (robotic) masks to reveal a few of the duo’s mysteries.

The two mega-stars will be hitting your TV screens sometime in 2015, by way of a BBC-produced documentary. The doc will tell the story of the French musicians like we’ve never heard it before (or ever), delving into the background of the largely unknown Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo.

The documentary will be written and directed be Hervé Martin Delpierre and co-written by Marina Rozenman. Together they will bring to life the 20-year history of the iconic DJs, beginning with their meeting in Paris, to their first hit ‘Da Funk’ in 1995 and through their long and successful career, leading up to the enormous chart-topper ‘Get Lucky.’

Though Daft Punk’s music is acclaimed across genres and generations, the general public know little about the pair’s personal lives or rise to fame. The documentary is sure to uncover at least a few of their well-kept mysteries when it airs next year!

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