Fans of The Prodigy Partied in the Streets at Keith Flint’s Funeral Procession
Fans of late The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint celebrated the singer’s life the only way they knew how this past weekend: by throwing a massive dance party in the streets during his funeral procession.
The procession in Flint’s hometown of Braintree saw his casket carried in an absolutely gorgeous, flower-adorned, horse-drawn carriage en route St. Mary’s Church in Bocking for the funeral. He entered the church to the tune of “Aerials” by System Of A Down, with music by Van Morrison and Pink Floyd also featured in the service.
Cell phone footage shows hundreds of fans gathered in the streets for the procession singing, dancing and paying tribute to Flint in the most appropriate way possible. R.I.P. Keith!
Flint died by hanging last month at the age of 49 years old. Various members of the rock and metal community paid tribute in the days that followed.
— Mark Piper (@Rubystone911) March 29, 2019
— ITV News Anglia (@itvanglia) March 29, 2019
People raving on the streets of Braintree in celebration of Keith Flint 🙏 pic.twitter.com/c4RIqc7wZ3
— Mixmag (@Mixmag) March 29, 2019
— George Henry King (@GeorgeHenryKing) March 29, 2019
[via Metal Injection]