Flood is undoubtedly one of the most successful and prolific producers of his generation. Having previously worked on productions with bands like THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN, to his later work with DEPECHE MODE, U2, THE SMASHING PUMPKINS, PJ HARVEY, NINE INCH NAILS, and NICK CAVE, he’s known as one of those very few producers who has been able to combine the ground-breaking with the commercial.
In recent years, Flood has produced albums for THE KILLERS, SIGUR ROS, GOLDFRAPP, EDITORS, 30 SECONDS TO MARS, THE PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART, and GLASVEGAS, as well as the Mercury Award-winning Let England Shake by PJ HARVEY.
In 2014, with long-term collaborator Alan Moulder, Flood won both an MPG and a BRIT Award for Producers of the Year for their incredible work on the FOALS’ album Holy Fire. He also produced the sophomore album for primal psychedelic band WARPAINT (which, once more, earned him a place on the MPG Awards shortlist for Producer of the Year 2015). With Orbital's Paul Hartnoll, Flood composed the soundtrack for the second series of BBC 2's historic gangster epic Peaky Blinders, as well as producing the eponymous debut album for Hartnoll's project 8:58.
Always one to do things differently, 2016 saw Flood produce another album with PJ HARVEY and John Parish- this time in a studio with one-way glass at Somerset House, allowing the public to review the entire recording process, resulting in the incredible Hope Six Demolition Project. He has also produced the brilliant ED HARCOURT album Furnaces.