Apr 22 2013, 10:19am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
Fans of Daft Punk range in the millions on a worldwide level. They are definitely a band to be reckoned with. The UK is where they have their fan base. The famous musical genius among groups has presented its first album hit which isn’t a soundtrack sample. The music is funky and the tunes are catchy indeed. Pharrell Williams voice burns up the airwaves as he sings the song. The guitar twang gets edgy thanks to the King of Disco, Nile Rodgers. Friday was the day of the launch. The song reached the top spot on the UK and French charts. In the US, it was #3 right after Macklemore/Ryan Lewis’s “Can’t Hold Us” and Pink’s “Give Me a Reason” which were on first and second notch respectively.
According to the Hollywood Reporter
, Spotify, the music streaming service had the song on for the whole day and it broke the record for any song which showed the largest streaming. As for Coachella, the Californian Musical Festival, its enthusiastic participants welcomed the group’s latest thing with open ears. Their music was wildly popular and the lyrics and vocals caught on with the crowd. Despite the fact that the group wasn’t performing there, it still got a standing ovation upon the playing of its song.
Daft Punk was all set to play at Pheonix but R. Kelly performed the magically cool “Ignition (Remix)” instead. Fans are waiting around to see when the group will show them what it has really got in live onstage shows. As for the reception to the new song, it has been positive on the whole. There’s not much static since the sound is so lively and ear-friendly.
“Get Lucky” is a sound byte for the hot sizzling summer when swimming pools and iced drinks are the order of the day. And the funny thing is it is still not the end of the spring season. The eternal quality of the music has been made mention of. Finally, the mood enhancing style and virtuosity on the emotional scale have sent the critics into rave reviews. Daft Punk is all packed and ready to go. They will premier the album in the middle of May in a small-time Australian town with the name of Wee Waa.
Lots of Luck in the Future to these Brave Musicians!
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