There's no denying that Daft Punk is on top of the electronic music empire, and rightfully so. So much so that it's become an honor to collaborate with the French robots; one with the highest exclusivity. The newest addition to the list of collaborators? Australian electronic group Parcels, who have joined the likes of Pharrell, Julian Casablancas and The Weeknd with their new track "Overnight."
With the new track, Parcels finds a way to stay true to their sound while making it clear how appreciative they are about collaborating with Daft Punk. The track is reminiscent of Daft Punk's Random Access Memories, with a groovy bass line and glittering guitar riffs that would fit in nicely alongside "Give Life Back To Music" and "Fragments of Time" off the 2013 release. At the same time, the song is sprinkled with the youthfulness that is quintessential to a Parcels track. The production is sleek and tight while still managing to be fun and energetic, as if we were expecting anything less.
With this collaboration, it's easy to say that great things are to come for Parcels, who have earned the stamp of approval from electronic music legends, solidifying themselves as the genre's group to watch.
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