Mark Archer and Chris Peat who make up the rave duo will be donating the money made from digital streams of their remastered Full On Mask Hysteria album to Mind and CALM.

The money will be donated in memory of The Prodigy's Keith Flint, who died by suicide last week aged 49.

Archer revealed the news of the donations earlier today on socials, "As a mark of respect to the Prodigy and in memory of Keith Flint & also to try and raise as much money as we can for CALM and Mind we’re donating all the profits from digital sales of the remastered album Full On Mask Hysteria for a ltd time."

Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis revealed after Flint's passing that The Prodigy were booked to play this year's Glastonbury, and shared a clip from their headline set in 1997, stating it was "a huge, unforgettable moment".

The Prodigy have cancelled all live shows booked following the passing of vocalist Keith Flint.