One of my all-time favorite DAFT PUNK tracks is “Face To Face” co-produced (and with vocals) by Todd Edwards. Edwards, a longtime resident of New Jersey, collaborated with DAFT PUNK once again on their highly anticipated new album Random Access Memories. In a brand new behind-the-scenes featurette from the album, Edwards describes what it was like teaming up with the legendary French electronic duo once again, and how the three-month experience in Los Angeles inspired him to pack up his bags and his studio and move to the west coast. The interview is the second of DAFT PUNK’s Collaborator Series, produced by The Creators Project and VICE in conjunction with the promotional rollout of the new album. You can watch the featurette below, as well as pre-order your own copy of Random Access Memories on iTunes. For more from the world of DAFT PUNK be sure to visit DAFTPUNK.com, and for all FEELguide stories related to DAFT PUNK you can check out DAFT PUNK onFEELguide.
Fleetwood Mac & “Face To Face”: Watch DAFT PUNK’s 2nd Collaborator Featurette From Their New Album
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