"This one's for Flinty… Now lets fukin' go."
The Prodigy have announced their first run of shows for the new year - and their first since the passing of frontman Keith Flint in 2019.
July will see the band visit a bunch of spots in the U.K., saying they felt now was an especially good time to get the show on the road. The tour coincided with the 25th anniversary of their seminal album, The Fat of the Land.
The news of the tour comes just days after the band posted a touching tribute to Flint on the three years anniversary of his death.
"We feel u always with and around us," the band wrote. "Your Fire will never go out."
Announcing the 10-show run, The Prodigy also dangled a new musical carrot in front of fans, teasing "We’ll be droppin tunes from all our albums and maybe some shit u haven’t heard before," so keep a keen ear out for that!