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The Prodigy share glimpse at first new music since Keith Flint’s death as they return to studio


The Prodigy share first snippet of new music since Keith Flint's death

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The Prodigy have given fans a glimpse into their first new music since Keith Flint’s death, as they return to the studio.

The dance legends revealed they’re making some major progress in the studio, releasing a 15-second teaser.

‘New Prodigy studio session beats are rollin,’ they teased on Twitter alongside the clip.

Fans are thrilled to see them back in action, with one writing: ‘My son & I been looking forward to new Prod tunes so much. Nothing else like it out there (and believe me we’ve searched). Bring it guys!!!’

‘Bring the noise boys!!!!’ another added, while one more said: ‘Hell yeah!!! Been itching for some of this.’

Frontman Flint died aged 49 in 2019.

At the time, The Prodigy issued a statement, reading: ‘It is with deepest shock and sadness that we can confirm the death of our brother and best friend Keith Flint.

Keith Flint died in 2019 (Picture: Getty Images)

‘A true pioneer, innovator and legend. He will be forever missed. ‘We thank you for respecting the privacy of all concerned at this time.’

Their most recent album, No Tourists, was released in November 2018, with the lads revealing earlier this year that they had returned to the studio.

While they have stayed fairly quiet about their studio sessions, Maxim opened up about the band’s legacy when chatting to Metro.co.uk.

‘I don’t know any bands who are doing the same thing [as The Prodigy],’ Maxim said. ‘It’s hard to replicate that, it was a totally different time. There wasn’t social media when we started, the audience is completely different. What we put out there wasn’t about posting a video on Facebook or Instagram and getting a following.

‘We turned up and played at raves and people saw us and people gravitated towards us and got into the music, and that’s how we built our following. 

‘When Charly was released and it went to number three, and Radio 1 wanted us to come on, Top Of The Pops wanted us, and we were like, nah, we don’t do all of that. They were like, if you don’t come on, we won’t play your song. Well, you have to, it’s number three! We went against the rules.’

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