PHOTO: See the latest brilliant mural of The Prodigy's Keith Flint
22 March 2019, 11:22 | Updated: 22 March 2019, 11:28
Another tribute to The Prodigy frontman has appeared following his tragic passing earlier this month.
A fresh mural has been discovered of The Prodigy's Keith Flint, with the tribute this time situated in Peterborough.
Now, a new piece has been created in Peterborough by Nathan Murdock, who told the BBC: “It’s my personal tribute, adding: “I’ve seen the band loads of times but I last saw them in December. You hear a lot of tragic stories about the deaths of famous people but this was the first time it meant anything to me."
See the artwork below, which was shared on Facebook by Gizz Butt, a guitarist who played with The Prodigy in the 90s, who described it as "brilliant".
I popped round the corner to see Nath and his iconic street art of Keith. Our own shrine to Keith Flint. ITV turned up so I left him to it. Pay it a visit, it’s a brilliant piece of art.Posted by Gizz Butt on Thursday, 21 March 2019
It follows an artwork which was created by John Bulley in Southend-on-Sea, which is part of The Prodigy's home county of Essex.
See some images of the tribute below:
Meanwhile, a campaign was launched for a Keith Flint statue in The Prodigy's hometown of Braintree.
The 38degrees.org petition, which was created by Saphya Gower, begins: "Keith was important to not only the people of Braintree, but was well loved and respected world wide and a pivotal piece of the music industry. Braintree being The Prodigy’s home town we should remember him. It'll also reflect how important it is to talk about mental health and not to suffer alone."
Keith Flint's "provisional medical cause of death" was also confirmed last week.According to PA, an inquest heard that the iconic frontman died as a result of hanging.
In a two-minute hearing in Chelmsford last week, Coroner's officer Lynsey Chaffe revealed: "Police attended, all protocols were followed and his death was confirmed as not suspicious."
Ms Chaffe said this remains under investigation while toxicology reports are awaited.Senior coroner for Essex Caroline Beasley-Murray opened and adjourned the inquest until 23 July for a full hearing.
Watch Johnny Vaughan's touching tribute to Keith Flint:
Meanwhile, Chase & Status are set to honour The Prodigy and Keith Flint at Snowbombing 2019.
The dance outfit will bring their RTRN II Jungle album to the Austrian festival in tribute to the late Prodigy frontman Keith Flint and in support of mental health charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).
The festival's organisers said: "The Prodigy could never be replaced, as one of the greatest bands in the world who have graced our forest stage with some of the most electric and unforgettable performances that will live on in our minds, hearts and Snowbombing history forever.
"The Prodigy were set to close the event with another memorable headline moment in the forest. Paying tribute to frontman Keith Flint, the night will now see beloved Snowbombing favourites Chase & Status curate a unique evening full of unmissable performances. The Forest Stage will be headlined by a DJ set from Chase & Status showcasing their RTRN II Jungle night - pulling in names such as SASASAS, Special Request, Channel One and Brockie And Det."
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