It’s the end of an era for an unforgettable music duo.
In a new video released on Monday, Feb. 22, French EDM duo Daft Punk revealed they are breaking up after nearly 28 years in the industry.
The eight-minute clip starred the duo—Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo—who would often conceal their identity behind a robot concept. Their latest work was no exception as the pair walked through a windy desert scape.
The video ended with the image of one silver and one gold hand forming the shape of a triangle over the years 1993-2021 as the image of a sun blazed to the strains of their song “Touch.”
While a rep for the duo confirmed the split to E! News, no other details were immediately available beside their latest video appropriately titled “Epilogue.”
Throughout their career, Daft Punk built a large audience thanks to their variety of hits and projects. In addition to recording the soundtrack album to the 2010 movie Tron: Legacy, the pair delivered huge hits like “One More Time,” “Robot Rock” and “Get Lucky.”