We don't know anything about computers or old dudes, but we're guessing fans of Daft Punk are getting pretty pumped about the release of the new Daft Punk album, Random Access Memories, which is a very unfunny play on the thing of indeterminate use that goes in your computer. This weekend, another coy 15-second clip played as a commercial during SNL with some different music than the last one, and with a short flash encouraging a preorder on iTunes. We spent a great deal of time deconstructing the first 15-second video and aren't sure it's worth doing again, but we can tell you that the jizz of old clubbers and Frenchies everywhere is spilling out ceremoniously in anticipation. The album is set to release on May 21 and you can preorder it here. You can also get the new record on vinyl if you're interested in spending $39.98, which is the real asking price. Divorcees, beware: your child support payments might be a little short this month.
Watch the new clip here, I guess. Other sites are offering you the track lengths of each new song, but we have better things to do. Like everything else ever.