Daft Punk has had a pretty good run since their inception, if you consider platinum albums, genre-defining music, multiple awards and one of the biggest singles of recent years a good run. It's no wonder then that director Hervé Martin Delpierre has profiled the mysterious French duo for his upcoming BBC documentary, Daft Punk Unchained.
The doc covers Daft Punk's 22-year history using archival footage of interviews, concerts and television appearances. He also talks with some of their best known collaborators, including interviews with Kanye West, Giorgio Moroder, Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers and Skrillex, to name a few, about the their influence on music. We don't know about you, but it sounds like it'll be a thrilling watch. To further whet our appetites, a teaser trailer has been released for the film. It features an intimate look at the duo, breaking through some of the mythos that surrounds the group while also showing just how culturally impactful they've been.
Though the doc has already aired in France, there's no solid word on when the rest of the world will be able to take in the film. Until then, you can view the teaser trailer right here.