Electronic duo Daft Punk reached into their vault this week and treated music fans with a previously unreleased song, “Infinity Repeating.” The track features The Strokes’ frontman Julian Casablancas and was made during recording sessions for their iconic fourth studio album Random Access Memories.
Daft Punk, which split in 2021, shared the track to celebrate the record’s 10th anniversary. It is the second collaboration of the duo and Casablancas after “Instant Crush.”
“Infinity Repeating” is also part of the 10th-anniversary edition of Random Access Memories, which came out this week. Besides the original 13 tracks, the release also comes with 35 minutes of previously unreleased material like demos and outtakes. A total of nine bonus tracks are included.
The anniversary edition of Random Access Memories is available as a digital release, double CD, and triple vinyl.
Random Access Memories is considered one of the best albums released in the past decade. It reached No.1 on the US Billboard 200 while also topping charts in more than 20 other countries. The album received five nominations at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards and won all five, including Album of the Year. The leading single “Get Lucky,” which featured Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, also became one of the best-selling singles on digital platforms of all time.