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Daft Punk remove 'Around the World' from back catalogue after becoming flat earthers

The duo reportedly made a secret live return at the 2018 Flat Earth Convention in November...

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Daft Punk have removed their smash hit 'Around the World' from their back catalogue after becoming flat earthers.

The duo reportedly made their much-anticipated live return at a secret show at last year’s Flat Earth Convention, which took place on 15th and 16th November 2018 in Denver, Colorado.

After doing their 'Homework' the pair allegedly made the 'Discovery' that the earth was flat at the beginning of last year.

Initial reports suggest they aren't worried about what impact the revelation that they are flat earthers will have on their 'Legacy', as regardless of their scientific stance they still believe we're all only 'Human After All'.

It is not clear whether their new flat earth stance will form part of the ‘Technologic’ installation that will go on display in Paris from April to August this year.

The news of 'Around the World' being removed from their back catalogue follows the revelation that Daft Punk will create the soundtrack for Disney Pixar’s Toy Story 4.

The duo released their last album, 'Random Access Memories', in 2013.

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