The Prodigy – “The Night is my Friend EP” out 31st July 2015



“The day is my enemy, the night my friend,
For I’m always so alone till the day draws to an end”

Cole Porter – All Through The Night
(written by Paul Weston)

After the explosion of the 14-track disc “The Day is My Enemy”, released on the 30th march 2015 by record labels Take Me to the Hospital/Cooking Vinyl in the UK and Three Six Zero Music/Warner Bros Records in the United States, The Prodigy presents the second part of their 6th album “The Night is my Friend EP”, a limited release produced and written by Liam Howlett, after 6 years of silence since  the album”Invaders Must Die”.

They announced it in their FB page this past 27th may:

‘The Night is my Friend EP’ will hit the streets early july. on a limited vinyl and CASSETTE and good ol ‘cd’ – remember them shits ?

“The night is my friend” is composed of 5 tracks. Among them un unreleased track of 2012 “AWOL”, two reburnt and riedited tracks from the album (“Rhythm Bomb” con Flux Pavillon e “Get Your Fight On”) and two remixes signed Rene LaVice and Caspa. It will be officially in digital next 31st of July and on the 4th September in vinyl.


1. Get Your Fight On (Re Eq)
2. AWOL (Strike One)
3. Rhythm Bomb feat. Flux Pavilion (Edit)
4. Rebel Radio (René LaVice’s Start A Fucking Riot Remix)
5. The Day Is My Enemy (Caspa Remix)

“It will sound more aggressive compared with the albumS published until now” declared the band “[It will be an answer] to all those asshole djs and shity tutorials on YouTube. The album is completey organic. Pure violent energy”

We can’t wait to see them in Italy the next 25th of August at Campovolo in Reggio Emilia  (with the italian rapper Salmo).
Buy here the tickets

simultaneously galvanised by both a thrilling creative resurgence and the social unrest that comes when people are cocooned by a culture of fear KERRANG!

Pre-order the e.p. now from The Prodigy Store  (including all the physical formats) and iTunes (download).

Listen to “Beyond the deathray” defined “the most beautiful track in The Prodigy’s discography” by Staples Derek 


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