Daft Punk - "Lose Yourself To Dance" video

The robot duo already previewed the video at the VMAs, but now Daft Punk have released the full-length video for “Lose Yourself To Dance,” the second single from their new album Random Access Memories. Since “Get Lucky” didn’t have a proper video — just a commercial that aired at Coachella — that means this is the group’s first full-length video in years. If you saw that preview, though, nothing about this one should surprise you. It’s just Daft Punk, with guests Pharrell and Nile Rodgers, performing for photogenic disco dancers in a lit-up retro-futuristic pleasuredome. The video is a bit stationary and uneventful — especially when you compare it to, say, the “Around The World” video — but its old-school Soul Train vibes are still fun, and all the musicians glow beautifully. Watch the video below.

Random Access Memories is out now on Columbia.

Comments (13)
  1. Well this is disappointing. I’d rather watch the fan made youtube one that has the song playing over old footage of soul train. No Colbert performance, no VMAs performance and then we had to wait two weeks after they previewed it just for this?

  2. Not that eventful, but I sure do wish I was a photogenic disco dancer.

  3. The only audience to hear Daft Punk play live this year.

  4. So much joy and style in this video.

  5. Not really the best song they could release from RAM, but well, at least it’s not a bad video.

  6. Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one around here that actually enjoys this song A LOT.

    Props goes to the person in charge of all the dancer’s wardrobe in this video.

  7. I don’t know, compared to their videos from the past, this feels very phoned in.

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