The Prodigy have announced a huge European tour to mark the release of their highly anticipated new material. Back here in the UK, Plymouth Pavilions is one of the only South West venues to secure the massive dance music band.
The Prodigy’s last album came in the form of 2015’s ‘The Day is My Enemy’, but they have been touring consistently ever since – including a run of festival shows across Europe last summer.
For nearly 30 years, The Prodigy have been pioneers of electronic music, producing six studio albums - such as The Fat of the Land and Music For The Jilted Generation - and have earned a reputation for epic live shows.
The band famously supported Oasis at Knebworth and became one of the biggest bands of the 1990s, with hits like Firestarter and Voodoo People.
In 2016, Prodigy frontman Keith Flint was also forced to deny reports that he had become the leader of an Essex fox hunting circle.
“In regards to a story going around about me right now – yes I live in Essex and have a couple of horses”, he confirmed on Facebook.
“I went riding with the local trail hunt, it was a ride out and NO ANIMALS WERE HUNTED OR KILLED, so my conscience is clear, it wasn’t my thing and I won’t be going again.”