The band’s first official apparel for Random Access Memories are advertised in a stylish campaign that looks straight out of the heyday of disco.
But let’s face it, so long as there are weddings, school dances, and Bar Mitzvahs, we will never escape “Blurred Lines.”
Here are the year’s catchiest, most addictive tunes from both pop’s biggest icons and the superstars of tomorrow.
The U2 frontman’s rendition of Daft Punk’s summer smash cannot be unheard.
Including a heart-meltingly powerful true love story, the Russian police choir’s delightfully weird cover of “Get Lucky”, and a look at just how creepy it would be if you talked to people the way you talk to dogs.
Is it the heavily Russian-accented Pharrell? The nerdy robot voice guy? The bumbling conductor? The jarring falsettos? The inexplicable special effects?
Confirmed: Bill Nye The Science Guy still loves science.
Complete with breakdancing, crazy gymnastics and a shofar.
As if you weren’t completely in love with them already.
Made by brilliant artist flatbear.
This summer will go down in history as a magical time when we all got lucky and couldn’t stop partying, cruising, or wondering what rhymes with “hug me.”
In response to Daft Punk canceling their appearance on the The Colbert Report, Colbert got Hugh Laurie, Bryan Cranston, Jeff Bridges and so, so many more to participate in this beautiful dance montage.
Everyone really is up to get lucky.
They don’t come out until later this week, but Diplo posted a sneak peek to Instagram. Yow!
They’re up all night to get lucky. What? No. Get your mind out of the gutter.
Catch up on the month’s best songs, albums, and moments with new music by Kanye West, Nine Inch Nails, J. Cole, Disclosure, Hanson, and more.
By presidential decree, this is officially the song of the summer.
Listen to what the song of the summer would have sounded like in each decade from 1920s to 2020.
I think the 30s swing version of “Get Lucky” is probably the best one.
Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” are close, but not quite there. But if it’s not those songs, what could it be?
While wearing… maxi skirts!!!!
“Get Lucky” x “Billie Jean” = brilliant.
You might know him as the leader of Chic, or the guy playing guitar on Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” but he’s responsible for a lot more of your favorite tunes.
A wonderful litle mashup of Daft Punk’s latest song “Get Lucky” and Soul Train.
We’re up all night to goat lucky.
All you have to do is pitch it up a bit and add a few “whoos!” and “hee-hees!”
These credits for Random Access Memories look legit. Also, have you seen the “Get Lucky” promo? Whoa.