Daft Punk to release live album

The electro robots to release Paris show

Daft Punk are set to release a live album later this year.

The LP will consist of a show recorded on June 14 in Paris.

A single CD version is set to be released as well as a two-disc version which features the show’s encore, reports Billboard.

Speaking about the album, Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter said: “We’re from Paris and we hadn’t played there for ten years. It must have been a special night for the audience, as well as us.”

The band are set to release a version of their 2001 track ’Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger’ as a single, and a video will be directed by Oliver Gondry and feature footage shot by fans at a recent Brooklyn show.

Bangalter said: “It’s a montage of people shooting the song in the audience with 250 cameras. We were inspired by the Beastie Boys’s ’Awesome, I Fuckin’ Shot That!’ and we tried to do that in a four-minute video.”

Speaking about their collaboration with Kanye West on his new single ’Stronger’, Guy Manuel de Homem Christo said: “The DJ had made an edit of our song at the beginning and then it turned into this song. Out song had a good sound, but when the put Kanye’s record on the sound was really fat.”