It’s been three years since the legendary frontman Keith Flint passed away and The Prodigy ceased all shows and performances. But to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their infamous album ‘Fat Of The Land’, they’ve announced they’ll be going back on tour this year. The Fat Of The Land, mainly produced by Liam Howlett, has sold over 30million copies since its release.
Released on XL Recordings, the album topped both US & UK charts and received critical acclaim as one of the most iconic releases in electronic music.
The tour will touch down in Liverpool, Sheffield, Birmingham, Leeds and Newcastle. With London getting a final three night showcase in Brixton that will surely provide an adrenaline buzz of the senses.
Presale went Live on March 9th, and general release is already on sale with many sold out. Dates are still available for Thursday the 14th July in Liverpool, Monday the 18th for Newcastle’s O2 City Hall and Thursday the 21st at London’s, 02 Academy Brixton.
The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett and Maxim gave insight into what’s to come:
WE CANT WAIT TO GET BACK ONSTAGE AND PLAY OUR TUNES FOR THE PEOPLE AGAIN, 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 U HAVNT HEARD BEFORE,
THIS ONE’S FOR FLINTY ,,, NOW LETS FUKIN GO !!
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