After signing with Virgin Records back in 1996, French dance duo Daft Punk have now left the label and signed to Sony-owned Columbia. Additionally, they’ve announced a new album – marking news of the first non-soundtrack material since 2005′s Human After All. Confirmed details about the forthcoming fourth album are few and far between, although producer/Chic co-founder Nile Rodgers recently hinted that it would be out in the coming months and feature contributions from singer/songwriter Paul Williams, veteran bassist Nathan East, Feist collaborator Chilly Gonzales and legendary disco producer Giorgio Moroder. For Columbia, the signing is a major score for the venerable 125-year-old label – which also recently added Depeche Mode to its roster.
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