Daft Punk Covered by French Army Marching Band for Bastille Day

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 14, 2017

While the occasion is usually a highly ceremonial affair, French president Emmanuel Macron's first July 14 parade took a slightly unconventional turn, as he invited the Army band to perform a jazzy rendition of...

U.S. president Donald Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron have been regaled with a brass band medley of Daft Punk songs.

The brass-and-drums band had started by playing the hymn of the southern city of Nice in a moving tribute to the victims of an attack there a year ago.

We doubt he's even up all night for good fun, but nevertheless, the President of the United States got lucky in France today watching the Bastille Day celebrations.

And it was a flurry of the pair's mega-hit "Get Lucky" that sent observers into frenzied delight - as it appeared Trump's whispery golden locks bobbed perfectly in time.

Fair enough, you're the Leader of the Free World, you maybe don't have time to keep up with the pop charts, but most people would at least try to feign an interest in what's going on directly in front of their eyes. Which, of course, meant the marching band played a Daft Punk medley.

Or perhaps he's just bored silly.

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