It just recently dawned on me that Daft Punk have been riding high on Random Access Memories without releasing an actual video. Sure, they released a one-minute performance piece (which is really a commercial) for "Get Lucky," but I wouldn't say that counts. Not that they needed any help selling units, but Daft Punk's visuals have always been something special. They continue with the one-minute promo trend for the album's second single, the (once-again) Pharrell and Nile Rodgers assisted "Lose Yourself to Dance." In it, we see the foursome in all their sequined blazer glory as they perform atop a pyramid of party goers dancing and writhing to the track. While the clip does capture just how infectious the groove of the song is, it's simply just way too short for such a sweet slice of disco-tinged funk. Here's hoping that this tease will have a full-length video follow it soon. Until that (maybe) happens, you can get lost in just one minute by peeping the clip after the bounce.
After the bounce