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We’re slowly coming to terms that in 2014 we’ll probably see a lot less of Daft Punk – but fear not as well as their upcoming Grammy performance, New York author Dina Santorelli will look to fill the void with her full-colour book about Daft Punk dubbed ‘A Trip Inside The Pyramid’.

The press release is a bit light on details but apparently the book focus on the robots’ infamous pyramid stage show, as well as their music and their most recent album.

“Take the trip with Daft Punk: A Trip Inside the Pyramid by Dina Santorelli, on sale Jan 21, 2014, to go behind the men, the music, and the mystique to see why Random Access Memories, the duo’s most recent May 2013 album release, debuted at #1 on the charts in over 97 countries, including Mexico, France, the UK, Japan, and Australia. 

“See why the duo, consisting of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, has been a global hit since the late 1990’s, and why their space-age look has become an iconic image for the millennial generation in this four-color book revealing the story of the men behind their masks.” 

Daft Punk’s robot helmets and overall space-age look has become iconic for the millennial generation. This gorgeous, full-color book will be the perfect companion for fans around the globe:
—Reproducing their brilliant live shows throughout the course of their careers as musical artists
—Sharing their many musical influences, from the Rolling Stones to Elton John, and even Andy Warhol
—Charting their rise to international super-stardom
—Revealing the story of the men behind the masks
Out January 21.

Andrew Rafter

Andrew Rafter is the editor and founder of Harder Blogger Faster.