Experience a full hour of new, unseen footage from Daft Punk’s 2007 Alive tour [Watch]
From atop their pyramid pulpit, Daft Punk set the paragon of electronic touring rigs with their 2007 Alive setup. Widely regarded as one of the most iconic stage sets ever, lore from the Alive tour lives on as some of the greatest moments in dance music history. And while footage of the Androids’ unforgettable Coachella and Glastonbury performances from that year still regularly circulate the Internet, now, previously unseen footage of Daft Punk’s 2007 Vegoose Festival in Las Vegas is ready to see the light of day.
The new footage is a patchwork collection of three cameras filming the set, capturing every angle of the duo’s legendary Alive performance like never before. From the opening riff of “Robot Rock” to the midway point at, “Aerodynamic” through the closing medley of “Human After All,” “Together,” and “One More Time” for the encore, the 80-minute performance is an all-engulfing dance experience from front to back. Daft Punk undoubtedly cemented their legacy as electronic deities on the Alive tour— suffice it to say this new video footage effortlessly cements that as fact. Watch Daft Punk’s 2007 Vegoose Festival performance in full below.