The Prodigy have paid an emotional tribute to mark the second anniversary of frontman Keith Flint’s death. Flint died in March 2019 aged 49.
The Prodigy took to Twitter in an emotional tribute to Flint. A post that was also signed by former band members, Liam Howlett and Maxim.
Along with a photo of Flint, they wrote, “It’s been 2 years. 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,”.
Last September, the Prodigy also paid tribute to Flint on what would have been his 51st birthday.
They wrote, “HAPPY BIRTHDAY FLINTY !..
“We miss u so so much ..
“u are in our thoughts everyday….
“RAISE THE ROOF BROTHER,
“WE WILL FOR YOU ! X”
The Prodigy documentary
This comes after the the Prodigy had also confirmed recently that they are working on the first feature length documentary, entitled The Prodigy. They are working with the studio behind Gangs of London.
This documentary is described as “the raw, uncompromising and emotional story of a gang of young outlaws from Essex who came together in the vortex of the late ’80s UK rave scene”.
The documentary is to be produced by the Prodigy’s founding members, Maxim and Liam Howlett. It is also to be directed by Paul Dugdale.
The Prodigy also confirmed in September 2020 that they were returning to the studio to work on their first material since Flint’s death.
At the time, the band tweeted, “Studio bizniz this month , back on the beats”.