The Prodigy share tribute to Keith Flint on fourth anniversary of his death
Liam Howlett and Maxim said Flint's spirit was "unfadeable and undeniable"
The Prodigy have shared a tribute to Keith Flint, marking the fourth anniversary of his death.
Posting via Instagram on 4th March, The Prodigy members Liam Howlett and Maxim said Flint's spirit was "living, breathing and snarling deep within the beats, bass and heart of the band, unfadeable and undeniable". Read the post in full below.
The iconic singer and performer with the legendary rave trio was found dead in March 2019 at his home in Essex. It was subsequently confirmed that he had died by suicide. He was 49.
The tribute comes off the back of the legendary group announcing shows as part of this year's Parklife and Exit Festival, as well as announcing a 2023 tour, full details are which to be revealed.
Late last year, they also shared news of three upcoming Irish headline shows alongside Andy C.
Last summer, The Prodigy embarked on their sold-out UK summer tour at the start of the month, beginning in Sheffield and culminating in three nights at Brixton Academy, which featured a tribute to Flint during a performance of ‘Firestarter'. The group dedicated the tour to him, stating "THIS ONE'S FOR FLINTY" when it was announced earlier in the year.
In November last year, the group released a 25th anniversary of their album 'Fat of The Land'.