In Daft Punk’s new single, “Lose Yourself to Dance” we see the featured phenomenon from Bruno Mars’ “Treasure” video equipped with the 70’s groove editing look to the music video. Even though Daft Punk has a certain audience that they pertain to, I personally enjoy the song and the auto tune sounds of the musicians. The single itself, will make anyone swing their hips and start to disco, but I didn’t because all Daft Punk’s songs sound the exact same. The audience can see the video as a top hit for the week, but will probably decline after next week when people start to realize that robot characters playing keys, guitar, and drums is not cool, at all. Pharrell is featured in the song and video as the main singer and one might feel as if that the song is Pharell’s not Daft Punk. Daft Punk’s new single “Get Lucky” was a huge success due to DP’s comeback all the way from France where they are from. “Lose Yourself to Dance” has also been a huge success in Sweden, UK, Scotland, and France, and unfortunately will slowly climb its way to the chart top hits on the radio in America as it plays over and over just like “Get Lucky”. So, if you like robots, your favorite time era is set in the 70’s, and you enjoy auto tune with Pharrel accompanying, you will love this song by Daft Punk. Twerk team, no, just no.