The Prodigy Deliver Brand New Song Nasty LISTEN -
The Prodigy photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Prodigy photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Prodigy Deliver Brand New Song Nasty LISTEN

by Paul Cashmere on January 13, 2015

in Live,New Music,News

The Prodigy have revealed their first new music in six years with the song ‘Nasty’.

‘Nasty’ is the first taste of the new The Prodigy album ‘The Day Is My Enemy’, due late March.

The Prodigy 2015 is Keith Flint (vocals), Liam Howlett (Programming, synthesizer) and Maxim Reality (vocals).

‘The Day Is My Enemy’ is the first album for The Prodigy since 2009’s ‘Invaders Must Die’. That last album reached no 3 in Australia and no. 1 in the UK.

The title of the new album is a reference to the Cole Porter classic ‘All Through The Night’ featuring the lyric ‘The day is my enemy, the night my friend”.

The Prodigy – Nasty

The Prodigy will tour Australia as part of the Future Music Festival in February and March. They will headline The Futuredom with Die Antwoord, Nero, Tchami, Carnage, Darude and Yellow Claw also performing on the day.

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