Daft Punk give a whole new meaning to love in their music video "Instant Crush." The video is set in, what appears to be, a museum that shows man in different professions throughout time, with featured guest Julian Casablancas of The Strokes singing his way through the smooth tune. He's also represented as a wax figure soldier and falls for a gal of the same make. However, their love story is stopped short as a fire erupts in the building. It doesn't take a scholar to realize what will happen next. While the French electronic duo don't actually show up in "Instant Crush," we do get a quick glimpse of their helmets before the whole place burns down.

Daft Punk's Random Access Memories is out now.

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