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Listen: Daft Punk Release 'Get Lucky' Song with Pharrell, Nile Rodgers

French duo return May 21st with 'Random Access Memories'

April 19, 2013 9:00 AM ET
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After fake versions proliferated online yesterday, Daft Punk will release the real "Get Lucky" tonight at midnight EST, marking the first official new song from their upcoming album Random Access Memories.

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The track features Pharrell on vocals and guitar work from disco legend Nile Rodgers; it was also teased in the commercial for the group's new LP that aired at Coachella and during Saturday Night Live last weekend.

Just a few days ago, Daft Punk revealed the tracklist for Random Access Memories, which will see release on May 21st. The album finds the French duo moving away from sample-based tunes and enlisting the help of top studio musicians and producers, including Giorgio Moroder, Animal Collective's Panda Bear and Todd Edwards.

UPDATE: Listen to Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" below, and read our four-star review here

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