Daft Punk is streaming a 1997 concert on Twitch, and this might be your only chance to see it

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Daft Punk may have announced their split today exactly one year ago, but the famed electronic music duo surprisingly resurfaced on Tuesday, streaming footage from a 1997 concert on Twitch at the time of writing. If you want to see the show, which features the duo before wearing their iconic metal helmets, tune in now as the concert will only be broadcast once, Pitchfork reports. (It’s unclear if it will be available on-demand later.)

The stream features footage from a concert Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, the two people behind Daft Punk, played at a Los Angeles nightclub near the release of the band’s debut album Homework. Pitchfork† Daft Punk also announced a vinyl reissue of the album which is available now.

While it’s unclear if this is the start of more Daft Punk, you may want to follow the group’s accounts on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook just in case. (Personally, I’m hoping for a comeback tour.)

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