Daft Punk are rumoured to be performing a secret, 2am show at Glastonbury festival this weekend, according to rumouts direct from the site.
Not content with confirmed performances from the likes of Rolling Stones, Arctic Monkeys and many more, Worthy Farm is currently buzzing with suggestions that the Random Access Memories stars will perform on the Arcadia stage in the early hours of Friday, 28 June after Fatboy Slim's set.
Furthermore, Atoms For Peace are set to perform on the Park Stage after Cat Power on Sunday night - confirming a long standing rumour that Thom Yorke and co would put in an appearance.
Of course, crazy rumours are as much part of the festival experience as dodgy burgers, hangovers and hay bales, so should be taken with a pinch of salt - plus Daft Punk themselves have stated they have no plans to perform live, despite the most successful year of their career.
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Earlier this week, Daft Punk were named as the bookies favourite for a surprise Glastonbury gig, with Kings Of Leon and Queens Of The Stone Age also in the running for an unannounced performance.
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