The Prodigy Are “Back In The Studio Making Noise”
Posting a photo of Liam Howlett looking focussed and tweaking equipment, the band confirmed that they were, “Back in the studio making noise,” and that, “Brand new Prodigy tunes are gonna roll.”
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It’s the first publicly known session since the death of Keith in March, and comes after they understandably cancelled all live shows following the frontman’s passing.
The Prodigy’s manager Nick Halkes – who managed them from the very beginning – described how Keith had an “immense” onstage presence and was an “extraordinary performer”, while also being “witty, charming, pensive and mercurial” away from the settings of a live show.
Download Festival head honcho Andy Copping, meanwhile, told us that Keith “was always respectful; always a bit of a cheeky-chappy; always up for a laugh; he loved what he was doing and above everything just massively respectful. He always had time to say hello when I saw him. He would go, ‘Fucking Download is our favourite festival,’ and he never forgot what it meant them as a band and to him as a person. The festival took The Prodigy and Keith to their hearts and he never lost that – he always remembered that.”
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