Electronic music pioneers The Prodigy continued to innovate in 2013 as they prepared for the release of their sixth studio album How to Steal a Jetfighter. In 2012, the group celebrated the 15th anniversary of the release of their groundbreaking No. 1 record The Fat of the Land by re-releasing it alongside The Added Fat EP, a remix set featuring tracks by Major Lazer, Noisia and Zeds Dead. The Prodigy closed out 2013 with several critically-acclaimed appearances, including Creamfields Abu Dhabi and New Year’s Eve at O2 Arena in London, before gearing up to roar into 2014 with a major new tour. Their live concerts feature state-of-the-art sound, stunning visuals, and extended sets of their floor-thumping hits, making them a favorite among ticket buyers looking to dance the night away.
First founded in Essex in 1990, The Prodigy burst on the scene with their 1994 album Music for a Jilted Generation, which reached No. 1 on the UK charts. Their fame burned even brighter two years later with the UK No. 1 single "Firestarter," which gained them their first exposure to American audiences. In 1997, The Fat of the Land peaked at No. 1 in both the US and UK, paving the way for a string of No. 1 albums, including compilation album Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005. As demonstrated at their 2013 concerts, The Prodigy remain on the cutting edge of creativity, and fans can't wait to get their hands on 2014's How to Steal a Jetfighter.