Daft Punk close Oxegen with robotic spectacular

French duo finish festival on a high

Daft Punk close Oxegen with robotic spectacular
Daft Punk closed the Oxegen Festival tonight (July 8) with a robotic spectacular.

Before they came on stage the duo showed a trailer of their forthcoming film ’Daft Punk’s Elecroma’.

Emerging to a distinctive sample from the soundtrack to ’2001: A Space Odyssey’ and wearing their trademark metallic helmets, duo Guy Manuel de Homem Christo and Thomas Bangalter stormed through a megamix of their hits for the Irish crowd.

Daft Punk played in an extraordinary pyramid with a huge collection of pulsating lights, that lit up with Stage 2/ NME Stage.

Daft Punk played:

'Robot Rock'
'Oh Yeah'
'Touch It'
'Television Rules The Nation'
'Steam Machine'
'Around The World'
'Harder Better Faster Stronger'
'Too Long'
'Face To Face'
'Short Circuit'
'One More Time'
'Forget About The World'
'Prime Time Of Your Life'
'Rollin and Scratchin'
'Da Funk'
'Rock N' Roll'
'Human After All'
'Revolution 909'
'Music Sounds Better With You'

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