Daft Punk Shares Raw Studio Outtakes of “Give Life Back To Music” Ahead of 10th Anniversary Reissue

French electronic music duo Daft Punk is set to release the 10th anniversary edition of their critically acclaimed album “Random Access Memories” in just three weeks. In anticipation, the duo has shared the second “single” from the deluxe edition titled “GLBTM (Studio Outtakes).”

The track is an early and raw version of “Give Life Back To Music” before any production was added. By releasing this version, Daft Punk gives listeners an insight into the evolution of the track and highlights the importance of all elements of a song working together to create the final result.

The studio outtakes offer an intimate look at the experimentation that is a crucial part of the creative process, including the inspirations and multiple directions the song could have taken before the duo decided on the final version. It is a valuable research record that showcases the thought process behind creating the iconic track that fans have known for 10 years.

The 10th anniversary edition of “Random Access Memories” features 35 minutes of previously unreleased music across 9 tracks, offering fans an unprecedented peek into the creative process behind the making of the album. The expanded edition will be available on May 12th in various formats, including 3 LPs, 2 CDs, streaming, and download.

Fans can pre-order the album now to be among the first to experience the never-before-heard music from one of electronic music‘s most influential acts.

Photo Credit David Black (c) Daft Life Ltd