The robots are coming.
After London-based fans were treated to a free screening of the documentary last September, Daft Punk Unchained will finally make its national small screen debut this month.
Tune into BBC4 on February 19 at 10pm to see the Hervé Martin Delpierre-directed French film (with English subtitles), which chronicles standout moments from Daft Punk’s storied career.
Taking in the pair’s formative years in Paris and their first school band, to their now-historic performance at Coachella in 2006 and the career-defining 2014 Grammy win for Random Access Memories, the doc also features exclusive interviews with some of Daft Punk’s closest collaborators, including Gorgio Moroder, Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, Michel Gondry, Pete Tong, Skrillex and Leiji Matsumoto.
And if you can’t wait until the 19th to see the gallic robots unmasked, check out this massive archive of helmet-free Daft Punk pictures.