The Prodigy has thanked followers for turning out to have fun the life “of our brother Keef”.
1000’s of music lovers lined the streets in tribute to frontman Keith Flint, 49, who was found dead at his home near Dunmow, Essex, on 4 March.
On Sunday, bandmate Liam Howlett described the funeral as “really emotional and overwhelming”.
Flint’s funeral was held at St Mary’s Church in Bocking, Essex on Friday.
Howlett, together with different band members Maxim and Leeroy Thornhill, have been met by cheers after they arrived on the service.
Earlier than the funeral, the band had referred to as on followers to “elevate the roof for Keef” and line the route of the funeral procession by means of the singer’s hometown in Braintree, Essex.
Audio system have been arrange exterior the church to broadcast the service to the crowds.
Howlett thanked followers for his or her help, saying they “did him proud”.
He mentioned on Twitter: “I want to thank all people that turned as much as have fun the lifetime of our brother Keef, it was a very emotional and overwhelming day.
“Thankyou on your help, you probably did him proud, a lot love and respect LH x.”
The 1.5-mile procession began at 15:00 GMT and followers from world wide gathered to pay their respects.
Flint was born in Redbridge in north-east London and his household moved to Braintree the place, in 1990, he co-founded The Prodigy with Liam Howlett and Leeroy Thornhill.
The band, who launched their newest album No Vacationers in November, had been as a consequence of tour the USA in Could.
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