Invada Records, the revered Bristol label founded by BEAK> and Portishead’s Geoff Barrow, have suffered damage to their offices and stock due to flooding.
The Invada team found between 5 to 10 inches of water had filled their HQ early Friday morning (4th May), which is believed to have been caused by a burst water pipe. The label have asked for kind patience as they attempt to recover their stock.
As of Friday afternoon the water had been pumped out of the offices, yet severe damage had been caused to a lot of their inventory. You can view photos and video of the damage to the offices, as posted by the label on Twitter, below.
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— James Trevascus (@JamesTrevascus) May 4, 2018
Making progress with the flood clear up . Some not so pretty sights though : pic.twitter.com/sjAFiSPjH1
— Invada Records (@invadauk) May 8, 2018
What a shit day. Not quite so wet now but still a lot of drying out to do. Thanks to everyone that messaged, offered help etc. Muchas appreciated. pic.twitter.com/s51yT2FTD6
— InvadaStudiosBristol (@InvadaStudios) May 4, 2018