Grammy-winning French duo Daft Punk has announced that they are breaking up after 28 years. Sharing the news with fans, the electronic performers posted a dramatic, eight-minute-long video called 'Epilogue'. The video begins with the duo walking together in a desert but minutes later one walks ahead and the other is left behind. The video also shows the latter bows down his head and his body language displays resignation. The group's publicist has also confirmed the break-up. The reclusive duo always shunned publicity and were almost never spotted without their iconic robot helmets. They had created a mark with their early singles 'Da Funk' and 'Around the World' and earned massive success for their debut album 'Homework' in 1997.