Daft Punk Sign With New Label, Prep Fourth Album: Report

Kathy Iandoli | January 27, 2013 11:17 am

Get pumped for a whole new era of digital love: Daft Punk have reportedly left EMI and signed with Columbia Records. The electronic duo are known for their colossal hit “One More Time,” along with being the primary sample on Kanye West’s workout classic “Stronger,” where Ye leaned on the synthpop pair’s track “Harder Better Faster.”

Daft Punk’s upcoming fourth studio album is slated for a spring release; their last LP was 2005’s Human After All. A few collaborations have already been revealed, including Panda Bear of the psychedelic rock group Animal Collective. Fans who were expecting Daft Punk to headline Coachella but were left disappointed now have a brand new album in the works to get psyched over.

[via SoulCulture]