Former Raver Posts Tribute To Daft Punk, In Desperate Bid To Still Seem Relevant

A former rave enthusiast has taken to Facebook to vent about the breakup of French electronic duo Daft Punk.

“It’s such a blow to music lovers,” former Sydney raver Pete Rawlings wrote in a status update.

“When Daft Punk were at their peak in 2014, I was 31 years old, and I was also peaking,” he wrote.

Now 38, Rawlings is reflecting on his decadent partying days, via Facebook status update.

“Daft Punk is still so much better than any modern electronica. I actually really like Daft Punk’s older stuff.”

“At one stage I was planning to go to a Daft Punk Concert at the Hordern Pavilion, but I didn’t end up getting tickets in time. I heard they were so good live!”

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