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The revelation came after Field was seen walking around in a blue skivvy and a robot helmet in Sydney yesterday. “I just totally lost track of what I was doing,” Field said. “I’d just finished up a Wiggles concert and was off to a Daft Punk interview and forgot to take the skivvy off. So now everyone knows. It’s no biggy”.
Page – who left the Wiggles earlier this year to concentrate on Daft Punk’s new album – says there is more crossover between the two groups than many people realise. “Daft Punk’s first album was actually just Hot Potato played backwards with a high-pass filter,” he said.
Asked which group he prefers, Field said, “I do enjoy playing to a room full of screaming kids. But I probably prefer the Wiggles concerts”.