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Edgar Wright's Pharrell & Daft Punk Video Lands

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Turns out you don’t need to be up all night to get lucky.

On the contrary - after being teased about an imminent music video for Pharrell's Gust Of Wind featuring Daft Punk and directed by Edgar Wright, we slept like a baby last night, a giant baby, and now, a day later, we’ve got the video in full.

While Daft Punk were the collaborators on this track with Pharrell, taken from the Mountie-hatted crooner's album GIRL, the French disco titans provide much more than those tinny voices, appearing via their iconic helmets, seen floating across a mysterious landscape before heading back off to Space.

Or Paris, it’s probably that.

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