The Prodigy have put a Keith Flint-inspired t-shirt on sale to raise money for mental health charity MIND.
The new version of the iconic Dirty Dozen top is on sale via the band's online store priced at £30, and will ship with an accompanying yellow die-cast pin inspired by those worn by friends and family at Flint's funeral last year. All proceeds will go to charity.
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The Prodigy have created a new version of the 'Dirty Dozen' t-shirt that Keef wore onstage during the mid-90's, available from the online store (link in bio), with 100% of profits going to the mental health charity @mindcharity. The t-shirt comes with a yellow die-cast pin badge, inspired by those worn by his friends and family at the funeral last year. - @brianrasic
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