With the death of Keith Flint earlier this month, lineups headlined by The Prodigy have been forced to find replacements for the legendary act. While it’s impossible to truly replace them, London festival SW4 has come frightfully close with Pendulum, sporting a new “live” production show.
Announced today, Pendulum will reveal their new TRINITY live show, featuring a sort of combination live/DJ set from Rob Swire (Anscenic), Gareth McGrillen (Speed) and Paul Harding (El Hornet) performing together outside of Australia “for the first time in ten years.”
While this is great news for SW4 attendees, it gets better. According to the festival’s blog site, the group is returning in full force in 2019 and 2020 with new music and a world tour.
“You will get to hear them play brand new Pendulum music from their forthcoming EP series and album, which fans have been waiting for with baited breath, with the trio surrounded by the kind of breath-taking production you have come to expect from these pioneers of electronic music.
“Pendulum’s Trinity World Tour will be taking in performances across the UK, Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia in 2019 & 2020 with SW4 this Summer being the OFFICIAL DEBUT of this exciting new chapter in the Pendulum history books.”
Pendulum released a remix album called The Reworks in 2018, with new cuts from Skrillex, Grabbitz, Matrix & Futurebound, Pegboard Nerds, and more. However, they have not released any new, original music since their album Immersion in 2010.
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