Future Music Festival drop the line-up for their Futuredome stage
After six years of waiting, today we finally have a new track from The Prodigy. It’s called Nasty and you’ll be hearing its live premiere when the legendary bass heroes headline their own stage at Future Music Festival this summer.
Up until now we’ve only had vague Instagram posts and one very intense hype video to keep us going, but Nasty delivers The Prodigy at their raucous best. Incessant snare drums, snarling bass and the riot-inducing rasp of Liam Howlett are all there under the guns and wolves of the track’s video.
It’ll be just as massive on-stage this March. The veteran trio are known for their manic live performances, which is why FMF have given them their own ‘Futuredome’ stage to headline. Joining them on the just-announced stage will be Die Antwoord, Nero, Tchami, Carnage, Yellow Claw, and everyone’s favourite meme Darude, so expect sweat.
The new album – The Prodigy’s sixth – is called The Day Is My Enemy, and it comes out on March 27. If you want to be one of the first to see it live, you can grab yourself a Future ticket here, and wrap your ears around the new track just below.