Watch: France's Military Band Surprised Everyone With This Daft Punk Medley

Some world leaders have decided that when dealing with President Donald Trump flattery will get you everywhere

Some world leaders have decided that when dealing with President Donald Trump flattery will get you everywhere

A French military band broke from tradition at the Bastille Day parade on Friday, dropping martial music for a rendition of "Get Lucky" by French electro superstars Daft Punk.

Every year on July 14th, France celebrates Bastille Day to commemorate the storming of the Bastille in 1789. And what military parade would be complete without renditions of songs from an anonymous, robot-helmeted French electronic music duo?

Trump did, however, applaud at the conclusion of the performance, which included portions of Daft Punk's "One More Time" and "Harder Better Stronger Faster", as well.

Macron lights up when he presumably recognizes "Get Lucky", though, and while Trump's face doesn't really change, it does look like he said the word "beautiful" to somebody, so maybe he's not as displeased about it as he looks. Trump didn't seem that impressed. Back in 2014, "Spicey" (as his Melissa McCarthy doppelganger is known) was unimpressed by Daft Punk's Grammy Awards performance.

The Weeknd Releases 'Sci-Fi' Themed Video for 'I Feel it Coming' Ft. That's right. He called them 'Daft Funk'.

His press secretary, Sean Spicer, may need to heed that advice.

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