Daft Punk extend deal with Imagem Music

Daft Punk have extended their music publishing deal with Imagem Music UK. Imagem will publish the songs throughout the world excluding France, where they will be published by Daft Music/Because.

The new partnership refreshed Daft Punk’s original signing to Imagem, previously called Zomba, in 1996.

The new deal follows confirmation that Daft Punk’s fourth album Random Access Memories – released last week on Columbia Records – sold over 165,000 copies in its first week.

The lead single from the album, Get Lucky, broke streaming records and topped radio and sales charts all over the world. Daft Punk won a Grammy in 2007 for Best Electronic/Dance Album for their live album, Alive 2007.

Kim Frankiewicz, managing director of Imagem Music UK, said: “Daft Punk are a creative force in so many aspects; musically, visually and emotionally. They have been the soundtrack to so many people’s lives; they created a genre and continue to be at the top of the game. Random Access Memories is a seminal body of work.”Music Business Worldwide

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