Pharrell Williams has detailed his involvement in the new Daft Punk album, 'Random Access Memories,' in this Intel and Vice-sponsored Creators Project video clip (watch above). In it, Williams, who sings on 'Get Lucky,' talks about how the French duo is not bound by time and space, among other things.

This is the fourth video in a series that looks at the collaborators who worked on 'Random Access Memories.' He says the music is "beyond 3-D. It's like 4-D. You don't need MDNA for this music, because their music is so incredibly vivid." He states that over time, "people lost respect for the groove. Everything is so synthetic. It is missing the gut," which intimates that Daft Punk are bringing back the guts to EDM.

Pharrell also lends his voice to another track, called 'Lose Yourself to Dance.' 'Random Access Memories' arrives on May 21, and the band debuted the album trailer at Coachella this weekend.