Earlier this year the eccentric and beloved singer of British electronic band The Prodigy, Keith Flint, died by suicide. His death on March 4, 2019 was felt not just by the electronic scene, but the music world at large. Today at Coachella, a group that is undoubtedly influenced by The Prodigy, Bob Moses, paid tribute to the late performer with a cover of one of his band’s most well-recognized tracks, “Breathe.” Check out the band play the iconic bass line of the track below:
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They also covered the song during weekend one, check it out below:
The Prodigy were very much active in the year leading up to Flint’s death. They had just announced a new tour in February, which would see them perform at a number of festivals as well as tour dates as a headlining act. In 2018, they released No Tourists, their seventh studio album and first since 2015.
The Prodigy are veterans of Coachella. They played at one of the first festivals in 2002 along with Bjork, The Chemical Brothers and Oasis. They returned just a few years later for the 2005 iteration, which featured performances by Nine Inch Nails, Bauhaus and Black Star.