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“The first few times I heard it in my car I couldn’t stop crying because I could hear so clearly what it was about,” said Appleton.
The Progidy's Liam Howlett has warned his band will “wipe the floor” with the current crop of dance DJs when they release their long-awaited sixth album early next year. We’re fans of some people out there, but when you’ve got a scene built on DJs, that’s not healthy. Howlett said: “It’s a great festival and will come off the back of our new album. We’re all going to be buzzing off this record, I think it’s our best ever.
The electronic pioneers, whose last studio album was in 2009, spoke as they were announced as a headline act at the Isle Of Wight Festival. We need more bands that make this kind of music.” Howlett, who is married to Natalie Appleton from All Saints, admitted he felt that The Prodigy often does not get the credit it deserves, adding: “I always want more.
It turns out Flint bought the jacket on a whim in Bristol a few years back and has been looking for opportunities to wear it ever since.
“It’s by that well-known Irish designer,” he says with a mischievous cackle, “George O’Marney.” In some ways it’s a surprise that Flint, Howlett and Palmer are here at all – let alone in such good spirits.