It's only been five months since the tragic passing of The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint, but the band has announced that they're working on new material. "Back in the studio making noise .. brand new Prodigy tunes are gonna roll," the post reads, with a picture of songwriter Liam Howlett hard at work on a synthesizer.
The post also features the hashtag #weliveforever, in reference to not only the song off of 2018's No Tourists album but presumably to the spirit of Flint and The Prodigy as a whole.
Though fans and family are still mourning the tremendous loss of Keith Flint, the reactions to news of upcoming material from The Prodigy have been massively supportive. Longtime fans are eager to hear new music from the legendary electronic group, and some see it as a way to carry on Flint's legacy.
There hasn't been any mention of when the new material will be released, but fans certainly have plenty to look forward to from The Prodigy with this news.
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