Daft Punk commemorate Barack Obama’s inauguration

French duo release 'Aer Obama' video in honour of new US president

To commemorate Barack Obama‘s inauguration as the 44th President of the United States today (January 20), Daft Punk have released a new video for their song ‘Aer Obama’.

The tune is Freeland‘s remix of the French duo’s hit ‘Aerodynamic’, and features a singalong shout-out to Obama spelled out on a Speak & Spell device.

The video features stop-motion animation and a video montage of Obama images, as well his likeness as a little plastic doll.


You can view the video here now.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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