The new collection includes snow globes, robot-style tree ornaments, and 1000-piece puzzles
Daft Punk have released a new line of seasonal merchandise.
The elusive French duo, who last released an album in 2013 with ‘Random Access Memories’, has previously brought out Christmas-themed merch in recent years via their online store.
The latest line of seasonal merch from Daft Punk has now landed on their website, with the latest stock including snow globes and tree ornaments (in the style of the duo’s famous ‘Discovery’-era robot heads).
Also added to the online store are such items as varsity jackets, frisbees, belt buckles, skate decks, yo-yos and 1000-piece puzzles.
See some of the new items for sale on the Daft Punk merch site below.
That brief show with The Weeknd remains the duo’s last public performance to date, with fans left disappointed back in August after a rumored show was debunked by the venue where the show was said to be being held.
Rumors about the gig – which was said to be taking place at the LA Coliseum – spread quickly online, with a Facebook event page apparently set up in honor of the show attracting over 6000 people who said they would be attending.
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