Fast-rising British producer Jolyon Thomas this week celebrates the release of his first No.1 album How Did We Get So Dark? with Royal Blood.
Jolyon took on production duties for Royal Blood’s second album, working with them at ICP Studios in Brussels throughout the end of 2016 and early 2017. The result is a stunning record, which cements Royal Blood’s reputation as one of the most exciting bands to come from the UK in recent years.
This release is the latest achievement in an impressive discography for Jolyon, who has produced, mixed, engineered, co-written and played with the likes of U2, Slaves, Daughter, M83, Maps, British Sea Power, Bay Rays and many more.
As one of the most exciting young producers today, aged only 30, he has worked on two Mercury Award Nominated albums including Slaves’ Top 10 Are You Satisfied? and the 2007 debut We Can Create from Maps.
Having signed his first publishing deal with BMG in 2016, Jolyon is currently working on production and musicianship for the forthcoming U2 album Songs Of Experience.