Daft Punk has released a live performance video of their Homework cut “Rollin’ & Scratchin.’”
The visual was filmed in 1997 at the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles and sees a rare sight of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, the pair that made up the electronic music duo, without their helmets on. This performance offers is a look at Daft Punk’s “human period” prior to their transformation to robots, delivering an unusual yet exciting perspective for their younger fans.
Homework marked Daft Punk’s debut studio album and their first project on a major label. Earlier this February, the pair shared a 25th anniversary deluxe re-release featuring a new list of remixes previously unavailable on streaming. They also shared a one-time-only livestream of an early helmet-less show.
Watch Daft Punk’s “Rollin’ & Scratchin’” live performance above.
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