The Prodigy have announced they will return later this year for their first string of live shows since the death of Keith Flint.
Flint, the charismatic leader of the electro pioneers, was found dead at his home in Essex in 2019.
The group, now comprised of Flint’s former bandmates Liam Howlett and Maxim, have now confirmed a string of dates in July to mark the 25th anniversary of their seminal album ‘The Fat Of The Land’.
“We can’t wait to get back onstage and play our tunes for the people again,” the band said.
“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 you haven’t heard before.”
The dates, which you can view in full below, include three shows at London’s O2 Academy Brixton, a venue that the band played many times with Flint at the helm. A dressing room there was renamed the ‘Keef Flint Suite’ in late 2019 to recognise his contribution.
Paying tribute to their former bandmate, they added: “This one’s for Flinty, now let’s fukin [sic] go!! Liam H & Maxim.”
The announcement of the shows comes days after the group paid tribute to Flint on the third anniversary of his death.
Sharing a selection of old photos, they said: “Its been three years … We miss u every single day brother, but we feel u always with and around us. Your Fire will never go out. Stay Punk brother. We live forever!”
It is believed that Howlett and Maxim have been recording new material in the wake of Flint’s death, although it is yet to be released.