The Prodigy have paid tribute to Keith Flint on the second anniversary of his death.
The iconic singer and performer with the legendary rave trio was found dead in March 2019 at his home in Essex. He was 49. Two years since the death of the frontman, The Prodigy have paid tribute to Flint in a heartfelt post, with surviving members Howlett and Maxim writing: "It’s been 2 years, Your light burns bright, Your energy will never fade, Keep it real, Keep it punk rock, We live forever!"
You can read the tribute below.
It’s been 2 years ,— The Prodigy (@the_prodigy) March 4, 2021
We miss you so so much brother ,
Your light burns bright ,
Your energy will never fade ,
Keep it real
Keep it punk rock
We live forever !
LH & MAXIM #weliveforever
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Earlier this month, The Prodigy announced that work had commenced on an official documentary.
You can read DJ Mag editor Carl Loben's tribute to Keith Flint here.
Last last year, The Prodigy marked 10th anniversary of their iconic headline show at Milton Keynes Bowl with the release of the 'World's On Fire' live album on vinyl. The group also provided an update on plans for new music.
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