Daft Punk, the enigmatic French electronic-music duo, who released four albums together, announced their split after 28 years with a video on the official YouTube channel. The video titled “Epilogue” is a wordless video showing their end. The video shot on barren land in the backdrop of a sunset will give you the feels and feels like a well-poised farewell they deserve.

Founded by the former indie-rock bandmates Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter in Paris in 1993, the EDM duo went onto win six Grammy Awards (including album of the year for “Random Access Memories” in 2014)

In the “Epilogue” video, the two members, in shiny helmets, are seen walking together in matching motorcycle jackets.

The song “Touch,” from “Random Access Memories,” begins playing towards the end. The lyrics goes like this: “Hold on, if love is the answer, you’re home”. The years 1993 to 2021 flash on the screen.

The reclusive pair — real names Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo — shunned publicity and were almost never spotted without their iconic robot helmets.

Early singles “Da Funk” and “Around the World” quickly became club fixtures, and led to massive success for their debut album “Homework” in 1997.

They followed up with the even more successful “Discovery” in 2001, which spawned the hits “One More Time” and “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”.

Their 2013 single “Get Lucky”, featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers was their biggest hit of all, selling millions of copies around the world and winning them two Grammys, which came with two more for the album “Random Access Memories”.

Their success did not lead to the much hoped-for return to live touring, which they largely stopped after a legendary series of shows through 2006 and 2007.

Their appearance at the Grammy Awards show in 2014 was their last public appearance for three years, before they showed up for the same ceremony in 2017 alongside The Weeknd, after collaborating with him on his most recent album.