Despite what you might have read, Daft Punk are throwing their weight behind high fidelity streaming service Tidal with the exclusive release of the 10th anniversary version of their feature film Electroma.
Today the streaming company revealed some of the exclusive content you can watch, read and listen to on the service stating that, “In time, TIDAL will be not just a streaming service, but a platform with enhanced experiences.”
To see the digitally remastered version of the film, which also includes some nifty behind-the-scenes footage that apparently has never been seen before, you’ll obviously have to sign up.
“Exclusively available for the first time in High Quality Daft Punk’s Electroma is the second feature-length film from the incomparable robot duo. Electroma is a dystopian odyssey that follows two robots on a symbolic quest to become human. Including never seen before behind-the-scenes, outtakes and bonus footage.”
Elsewhere, the service has bagged an exclusive from fellow owner Rihanna – in the shape of her new song ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ – which is the second track confirmed to appear on her heavily-anticipated eighth album.
There’s also unreleased footage from Alicia Keys’ 2012 Madison Square Garden concert which includes special appearances by Method Man and DMX.
So that’s Tidal’s plan, ply you with exclusive content from their owners that you won’t be getting anywhere else – do you think it’ll work?