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The Prodigy Thank Fans For Their Support After Keith Flint’s Death

The Prodigy have thanked their fans for all the tributes and support following Keith Flint’s death

The Prodigy have thanked their fans for the overwhelming support and love following the news of Keith Flint’s death last week.

The Prodigy frontman passed away at the age of 49 on Monday March 4. Bandmate Liam Howlett later revealed Keith died by suicide.

In a new Instagram post, the band have shared their thanks for all fans who have sent tributes and love over the past seven days.

Thank you people for all the tributes, they have really touched us and kept us going this week,” reads the statement. 

The accompanying picture is of a Poison mural in Brick Lane, London, showing Keith’s face with his iconic, fiery hair.

This one is @ellwoodleo, Brick Lane London Town. Massive respect,” added the band.

Last week a fan campaign was been set up to get The Prodigy’s groundbreaking single Firestarter to number one in the UK. Stream it below to do your part.

Posted on March 11th 2019, 10:14a.m.
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