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Watch clips from The Prodigy's first live shows since Keith Flint's death

The entire tour is dedicated to the late singer and performer with the legendary rave trio

Watch clips from The Prodigy's first live shows since Keith Flint's death

The Prodigy played their first live shows since Keith Flint's death in 2019 last weekend. 

Liam Howlett and Maxim kicked off their 10-date sold-out UK tour in Sheffield on Friday (8th July) with a tribute to Flint. Watch clips from the live shows below.

The entire tour is dedicated to the iconic singer and performer of the legendary rave trio, who was found dead in March 2019 at his home in Essex. He was 49.

At the end of last month, The Prodigy announced a 25th anniversary limited-edition vinyl reissue of 'Fat of the Land', which is due to arrive on 4th November via XL Recordings. The 2xLP silver 12” vinyl package of the original 1997 album comes with a "reimagined version" of Alex Jenkins's artwork, as well as a drum & bass remix of 'Firestarter' by Andy C.

Earlier this year, it was revealed that The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett has scored a new Netflix horror movie, ‘Choose or Die’. Formerly titled CURS>R, the film stars Sex Education’s Asa Butterfield, The 100’s Lola Evan’s and Sherlock Holmes’ Eddie Marsan, as well as Robert Englund, who is best known for playing Freddie Krueger in the horror classic, 'Nightmare On Elm Street'.

In September last year, a mural honouring Keith Flint was unveiled in Hackney, London to mark the 2021 World Suicide Prevention Day.