NEW YORK -- Grammy-winning digital music leaders Daft Punk have declared they are breaking up after 28 decades.
The helmet-wearing French duo shared with the information Monday in an 8-minute movie called"Epilogue." Kathryn Frazier, the group's longtime publicist, confirmed the split up for The Associated Press.
Daft Punk, included of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel p Homem-Christo, have experienced significant success through time, winning six Grammy awards and launch international hits with"One More Time,""Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" and"Get Heard."
They formally formed Daft Punk in 1993, along with the helmeted, mysterious and mute musicians launched their debut record,"Homework," 1997.
Daft Punk spent some time traveling across the world and attained greater heights with their sophomore record, 2001's"Discovery." It comprised the infectious smash"One More Time" and"Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger," that Kanye West famously turned to his very own hit"Stronger," published in 2007. It won West that the best rap solo performance Grammy in the 2008 series, in which West and Daft Punk performed together .
However, was that the 2014 Grammys in which Daft Punk took the spotlight, winning record of the year for"Random Access Memories" and creating history as the very first digital act to acquire the highest honor in the Grammys. The duo won four awards at night, such as record of the year due to their bombshell struck"Get Lucky," featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers.
"Random Access Memories" was considered as a genre-bending album emphasized by its mixture of live instrumentation, disco sounds, funk, rock, R&B and much more. Rolling Stone rated it No. 295 in their listing of the"500 Greatest Albums of All Time" last year.