Here’s a bunch of politicians ‘dancing’ to Daft Punk, and you’re welcome

Here's a bunch of politicians 'dancing' to Daft Punk, and you're welcome
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When Daft Punk shook up the music world with their brand of French house music in the ’90s, they were a revelation. 

Two decades on, they’re one of the most popular electronic dance music acts on the globe. That means their music is prone to being danced to by people who shouldn’t dance. In public at least.

Like a group of politicians from the Liberal party in Western Australia, who boogied down and clapped along to Daft Punk’s 2001 hit “One More Time” during a campaign launch Sunday. 

The results are chilling, to say the least.

So let’s unpack this: They’re clapping, but hardly in time. The choice of song “One More Time” is obviously alluding to the party being in power uh, well, one more time. 

The forced smiles. Some are dancing, but it’s bad. Then there are people singing along. It really is too much to take in.

No, politicians. No more dancing.

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Author:Johnny Lieu

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