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Watch Dublin fire brigade dance to Daft Punk for children's charity

The video set to 'One More Time' is aiming to raise money for a Dublin school that supports children with visual impairment

Dublin fire brigade dance to Daft Punk for children's charity: Watch

Members of Dublin Fire Brigade have recorded a novelty dancing video set to Daft Punk's classic single 'One More Time' to raise money for a children's charity.

The video, which you can watch below, has been released alongside a GoFundMe campaign, from which all donated proceeds will go to St Joseph's Primary School for Children with Visual Impairment, which is in the Dublin area of Drumcondra.

Renaming themselves Daft Funk Brigade, the team from the fire service that feature in the video put it together with the help of a choreographer, Ali Flood.

Sharing the GoFundMe campaign, Dublin Fire Brigade said: "St Joseph's is in the operational area of North Strand fire station. On a recent community visit to the school, firefighters were taken aback by the enthusiasm of the children and the school staff. The rest, as they say, is history, or in this case, the video.

"We understand that times are tough and there are many charities looking for your spare Euro. We want you to enjoy this video and not hide it behind a paywall, but if you are in a position to help, please donate. Every bit helps. Please watch and enjoy!"

You can donate here.

Another of Daft Punk's classic songs, 'Harder, Better Faster, Stronger', was also the focus of a novelty cover earlier this month when it was recreated by a trio of electronic toothbrushes and a vibrating ab belt.