The Prodigy has announced their first tour since the passing of vocalist Keith Flint in 2019. The band notes the tour is in support of Fat Of The Land turning 25 years old, and that will be playing "some shit you haven't heard before."
"WE CANT WAIT TO GET BACK ONSTAGE AND PLAY OUR TUNES FOR THE PEOPLE AGAIN. THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF FAT OF THE LAND FELT LIKE THE RIGHT TIME FOR US TO STEP UP.
“WE’LL BE DROPPIN TUNES FROM ALL OUR ALBUMS AND MAYBE SOME SHIT U HAVNT HEARD BEFORE.”
"THIS ONE'S FOR FLINTY, NOW LETS FUKIN GO!!"
The Prodigy has been working on new music, which isn't surprising given they made it known back in 2019 that they would be carrying on with new music in a post-Flint era. Though this isn't the first-ever music from the band without Flint on vocals – Flint was a dancer for the band 1990 and 1996, and made his first appearance as a vocalist on the 1997 album The Fat of the Land.
In the meantime, The Prodigy is also getting their own full-length documentary soon, which seeks to tell the story of the band's early days up to their massive influence on the 90s electronic music wave in America.
Get the tour dates below.
7/8 Sheffield, England @ O2 Academy Sheffield
7/9 Sheffield, England @ O2 Academy Sheffield
7/14 Liverpool, England @ Montford Hall
7/15 Leeds, England @ O2 Academy Leeds
7/16 Birmingham, England @ O2 Academy Birmingham
7/18 Newcastle upon Tyne @ O2 City Hall Newcastle
7/19 Manchester, England @ O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester
7/21 London, England @ O2 Academy Brixton
7/22 London, England @ O2 Academy Brixton
7/23 London, England @ O2 Academy Brixton
Oh, and if you don't think you know The Prodigy, yes you do.