Brothers Brian and Ed Pilling, previous associates of the Income from the Sin, formed Fludd in 1969 with Jorn Anderson and Greg Godovitz. Peter Czankey was recruited in 1972 and Gord Waszek became a member of two years afterwards. Although band’s initial two singles had been for Warner Brothers, they transferred to Daffodil for the self-titled 1972 debut and On!, also in 1972. Great Targets was released in 1976 for Attic, however the band split up when Brian Pilling passed away of cancers in 1978. The best hits collection In the Attic ’71 to ’77 made an appearance in 1977. Greg Godovitz afterwards formed Goddo.