Daft Punk At Glastonbury? Bookies Sure Think (And Hope) So

06/27/2013 10:03 am ET
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"They're performing with Kanye! They're performing at Coachella!" Daft Punk show rumors are dime a dozen these days, but when it comes to Glastonbury, there's some serious cash backing the latest conspiracy theory.

The French disco-house robots are the bookies' favorites for a surprise set at the famed British music festival. NME reports that they're set at 6/4 odds, with Beady Eye (5/1), David Bowie (6/1) and Queens of the Stone Age (10/1) in close pursuit.

Daft Punk's team has repeatedly denied tour rumors by saying that no shows have been planned yet, though it does seem unlikely that the duo would not hit the road in support of "Random Access Memories," their Billboard No. 1 seller from earlier this year. (Bowie, for what its worth, is also reportedly not touring.)

Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo also contributed work to Kanye West's recently released album, "Yeezus." The duo are credited on a number of songs on the record, having produced bits of "I Am a God," "Black Skinhead," "Send It Up" and "On Sight." Including West's songs, Daft Punk currently has four out of the top 10 songs on Spotify.

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