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DAFT PUNK LEAVE EMI FOR COLUMBIA AND CONFIRM FOURTH ALBUM By Patrick Swift

27 January 2013
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DAFT PUNK LEAVE EMI FOR COLUMBIA AND CONFIRM FOURTH ALBUM

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Daft Punk have left their home at EMI and will release their much anticipated fourth album in spring via Sony's Columbia Records.

The French house duo have left EMI's Virgin Records where they initially signed all the way back in 1996.

This news follows hints by Chic's Nile Rodgers that Daft Punk's fourth album would appear in 2013 after the two had collaborated.

As well as Rodgers, legendary disco producer Giorgio Moroder and Chilly Gonzales are just some of the people who are rumoured to have collaborated with the duo over the past couple of years.

Fans were left disappointed when Daft Punk weren't included in Coachella's line 2013 line-up, but this news is certain to have all dance music fans in raptures.

TAGS: COLUMBIA RECORDS / DAFT PUNK / EMI / NEW ALBUM / VIRGIN

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