The Prodigy praise mural of Keith Flint commissioned by Braintree Town F.C.
10 October 2019, 12:07 | Updated: 10 October 2019, 12:29
Liam Howlett and Maxim have responded to artwork commissioned by the local football club of the late Prodigy frontman.
The Prodigy have given their seal of approval to Braintree F.C after they revealed their mural of Keith Flint, who tragically died on 4 March, aged 49.
Taking to Instagram, the football club from Essex, which is the country where the band hail from, shared the finished article of the Firestarter singer at Cressing Road.
After sharing an image of the artwork, which was created by street artist Gnasher, the club wrote: "All done at Cressing Road, a massive thanks to @gnashermurals for creating this beautiful mural in honour of Keith Flint".
In the comments section, surviving members of the Breathe outfit Liam Howlett and Maxim wrote: "Respect guys ✊🔥 LH and M".
Following Keith's passing, Braintree's footballers have also walked onto the pitch to The Prodigy's Firestarter.
Meanwhile, last month The Prodigy paid tribute to Keith Flint on what would have been his 50th Birthday.
Taking to Twitter on 17 September 2019, they shared a collection of images from the star from across the years, writing: "Happy birthday Flinty ,"not a single day passes u aren’t in our thoughts, we miss you brother , Raise the roof wherever u are muthafukka ! L & M …. x"
Happy birthday Flinty ,— The Prodigy (@the_prodigy) September 17, 2019
not a single day passes u aren’t in our thoughts,
we miss you brother ,
Raise the roof wherever u are muthafukka !
L & M …. x#theprodigy#weliveforever#weliveforthebeats#raisetheroof#neverstop pic.twitter.com/zGqrb13Hod
The Prodigy have also revealed they are back working on new material.
Alongside a photo of himself working in the studio, Howlett wrote: "Back in the studio making noise .. brand new Prodigy tunes are gonna roll , boooom
"#theprodigy #weliveforthebeats #weliveforever #cantstoptherock"
It's not known whether Flint will make a posthumous appearance on any of the new tunes.
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