"Human After All" is Daft Punk's third single and the title track from their third studio album of the same name. It was released as a single on October 31, 2005. "Human After All" is the only single from the album released without an accompanying music video. Daft Punk had originally set to make a video, but it eventually became the feature film Daft Punk's Electroma co-written and directed by the duo.
Daft Punk produced the Teriyaki Boyz song "HeartBreaker", which features elements of "Human After All". MTV Australia used the coda of "Human After All" in its "coming up" section of their channel format, as well as a remixed version of the song made an appearance on DJ Hero 2.