In a bit of news that could have young Aussie bands flocking to Europe in the hopes of working with its many legendary musicians, Byron quintet Parcels have released a track they made with none other than Daft Punk.

The band (who are currently based in Berlin rather than Byron) were lucky enough to enlist Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter to co-write and produce their new track ‘Overnight’, Music Feeds reports, and sure enough the duo are a perfect match for the sort of mellow disco and funk that’ll be familiar to anyone who gave Duft Punk’s Random Access Memories a spin.

Apparently the band grabbed Daft Punk’s attention in a Parisian club last year, so it just goes to show that you can never tell who might be in the crowd.

Parcels dropped their stylish Hideout EP earlier this year, but with co-signs like this going on, we’re sure it’s only just beginning for Byron’s newest global representatives.

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