Lots of people are super-excited about the new Daft Punk album coming out next month. But nobody seems to be as pumped up for the record as much as Pharrell Williams, who sang the album's first single, 'Get Lucky,' not once, not twice, but three times in a row last night.

The hip-hop producer and singer guests on the song, which made its official debut this past week. Last night at a concert in Brooklyn, he performed the song live for the first time. And he enjoyed it so much, he sang it two more times. Before the third and final run-through, according to Consequence of Sound, he even told the audience, “Don’t worry, you can leave if you want to leave, I just need to do it. This is my first time doing the song.”

You can watch all 11 minutes of the action below.

Last week, Daft Punk debuted a trailer for the new album, 'Random Access Memories,' at Coachella. In addition to Pharrell, the clip confirmed rumors that the Strokes‘ Julian Casablancas and Animal Collective‘s Panda Bear are among the LP's guests.

The album, which comes out on May 21, is the French duo's first since 2005′s ‘Human After All’ and fourth overall. Even though they contributed music in 2010 to the 'Tron: Legacy’ soundtrack, 'Random Access Memories' marks Daft Punk's return after a long break.

Watch Pharrell Williams Perform 'Get Lucky' Onstage