Geoff Barrow (of Portishead) & friends' krautrock inspired indie band's 4th album. TIP!



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Beak> surprise release their first album in six years, aptly titled >>>> out via Invada.

"At its core we always wanted it to be head music (music for the ‘heads’, not headphone music), listened to as an album, not as individual songs. This is why we are releasing this album with no singles or promo tracks."

The band continues, "the recording and writing initially began in a house called Pen Y Bryn in Talsarnau, Wales in the fall out from the weirdness of the Covid days. Remote and with only ourselves and the view of Portmeirion in the distance we got to work." 

"With the opening track, "Strawberry Line" (our tribute to our dear furry friend Alfie Barrow, who appears on the albums cover) as the metronomic guide for the album, we then resumed recording, as before, at Invada studios in Bristol, whilst still touring around Europe and North/South America."

"After playing hundreds of gigs and festivals over the years we felt that touring had started to influence our writing to the point we weren’t sure who we were anymore. So we decided to go back to the origins of where we were at on our first album. With zero expectations and just playing together in a room." - Beak>



  • 1.The Strawberry Line
  • 2.The Seal
  • 3.Windmill Hill
  • 4.Denim


  • 1.Hungry Are We
  • 2.Ah Yeh
  • 3.Blood Miles
  • 4.Cellophane

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