Perusing my Facebook feed earlier today, my cousin out in Cali shared a new video his buddies shot out in L.A. set to Daft Punk's infectious new single "Get Lucky". No family bias here, I wouldn't post this if it weren't dope so press play and see a simple yet entertaining concept that perfectly fits the song — man dances, flips his hat, and clicks his heels across a variety of L.A. landmarks.
It's fun to see the random people walking by react to the dances as well. All of the hat tricks by Famous Ramos were pretty slick and through to the end, there's some neat, subtle moments like the dance moves for Daft Punk's part and a couple randoms dancing along with him. Overall, the way the video was shot reminded me of Dirty Vegas' "Days Go By" (who remembers this?!) and it's a well-done, unofficial video that captures the class and essence of "Get Lucky". Lookin' forward to see what Daft Punk themselves does for their visual for the Random Access Memories standout (the new album out May 21st!).
And to keep it going with Daft Punk, here's a new interview they did with Pete Tong of BBC.
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