Just when you think you're on top of the constant influx of Daft Punk news, the French robots-turned-tricksters have thrown yet another twist into the build-up to new album 'Random Access Memories'.
According to Australian newspaper The Courier, Daft Punk will be premiering their new album in the small town of Wee Waa in New South Wales which is located in the Narrabri Shire.
The global launch of 'Random Access Memories' will supposedly take place at the Wee Waa Showground with tickets limited to 4000.
When Sony Music called the Narrabri Shire Mayor Conrad Bolton to enquire about the prospect of the duo holding the worldwide launch of their new album in the area, he thought it was a “mate was pulling my leg”.
Although the exact details are predictably hazy, it appears that this could be the real deal, with inthemix reporting that the site domain www.daftpunkweewaa.com has been registered as a domain by Sony Australia.
The duo are not reported to be showing up at the event but the playback is set to take place on May 17, three days prior to the worldwide launch.
Click here to read the original story from the Narrabri Courier.