BREAKING: The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint dies age 49
British electronic group The Prodigy have remained incredibly influential over the years. From topping charts with their iconic anthem ‘Firestarter‘ to causing a stir with their unbeatable live performances at major festivals around the globe. Today, the story took a devastating turn, as frontman Keith Flint was found dead inside his home at the age of 49.
Keith was a memorable figure, who played a vital role in bringing the band to the forefront of the music industry. His relentless energy and ability on stage made the band’s performances incredibly iconic, and provided audiences with something that they couldn’t find anywhere else. The Prodigy were due to perform a number of shows in the US over the next couple of months, with many of the shows having sold out well in advance. Despite having been around for years, the British band have continued to dominate the music industry, leaving a permanent mark on the history of the electronic genre.
Without Keith Flint it is certain that many of The Prodigy’s greatest hits including ‘Breathe‘, ‘Firestarter’ and many more would not have become as world-renowned as they did. His impact on the music industry is something that will live on for years to come.
Relive Keith Flint’s phenomenal talent through The Prodigy’s hit anthem ‘Firestarter’ below.