Portishead’s Barrow Has New Band And New Album

Self titled debut out in October

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Geoff Barrow is set to release a debut album with his new band ‘Beak>’ in October.

The group’s self titled record will be available from October 19 on the Portishead musician and producer’s own label ‘Invada’.

The whole record was reportedly written over just 12 days.

In September, Barrow will curate a one night mini festival at Bristol’s ‘Invada Invasion’ venue (September 26).

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