Following the premature dying of The Prodigy lead vocalist Keith Flint on March four, followers have began a marketing campaign to make the group's 1996 single “Firestarter” No. 1 on the U.Ok. charts.
On Facebook, followers of the electro-dance band created a web page encouraging others to stream The Prodigy's hit single, which is heavy with guitar riffs and emphatic drums. “We want to boost consciousness of psychological well being points and suicide,” the message on the Facebook petition reads. “Suicide is the most important killer of males underneath 45, and that should change!! This is the easiest way to boost Keith's profile and produce his plight to the forefront of popular culture and mainstream.”
They additionally added that folks ought to “place the track on repeat” on streaming platforms like Spotify and Deezer. Police confirmed on Monday that Flint was discovered lifeless at his house in Dunmow, Essex, and followers of the band, together with fellow musicians, have taken to social media to pay tribute to his affect.
Back in March 1996, "Firestarter" debuted at No. 1 and spent three weeks atop the U.Ok.'s Official Singles Chart.