A lot has been happening. People come, people go. Barrow has, for the most part, been a constant set of people — either in the band or externally involved, we have always supported one another.Over the past few months, we’ve had to make some decisions; some very difficult, some easier than others. Some decisions had to be made for us and now we are here. We take this moment to welcome our long-time and very talented friends, Matthew and Corey Doran to Barrow. Matthew will be taking Matt Clark’s place on drums and Corey will be rounding things out and helping us find ways to expand on third guitar.For a quick statement, it’s important to note that Matt Clark is and has for many years been our best friend and trying to keep Barrow moving in the same way it has is truly not something we know how to do without him. He recently accepted a fantastic position that would not allow him the time needed to continue with us, but I speak on behalf of everyone that we would have never even started this band without him.With all of that being said, we are excited for “new horizons” and all of that nonsense and hope you can enjoy what we put forth in the coming months. Touring is not really sustainable for us over extended periods of time with the new lineup and our personal lives, but we promise to make up for it with making as much new music as possible.To end in further formalities, we never gave our bassist and best friend, Kyle Case, an “official” welcome, nor did we ever say our full goodbyes to Jacob Beeson or Tyler Ingram, who were responsible for the bass on “Though I’m Alone” and “Being Without,” respectively.That’s enough of that. Attached is an image of Barrow whatever-point-0. Thank you.

A lot has been happening. People come, people go. Barrow has, for the most part, been a constant set of people — either in the band or externally involved, we have always supported one another.

Over the past few months, we’ve had to make some decisions; some very difficult, some easier than others. Some decisions had to be made for us and now we are here. We take this moment to welcome our long-time and very talented friends, Matthew and Corey Doran to Barrow. 

Matthew will be taking Matt Clark’s place on drums and Corey will be rounding things out and helping us find ways to expand on third guitar.

For a quick statement, it’s important to note that Matt Clark is and has for many years been our best friend and trying to keep Barrow moving in the same way it has is truly not something we know how to do without him. He recently accepted a fantastic position that would not allow him the time needed to continue with us, but I speak on behalf of everyone that we would have never even started this band without him.

With all of that being said, we are excited for “new horizons” and all of that nonsense and hope you can enjoy what we put forth in the coming months. Touring is not really sustainable for us over extended periods of time with the new lineup and our personal lives, but we promise to make up for it with making as much new music as possible.

To end in further formalities, we never gave our bassist and best friend, Kyle Case, an “official” welcome, nor did we ever say our full goodbyes to Jacob Beeson or Tyler Ingram, who were responsible for the bass on “Though I’m Alone” and “Being Without,” respectively.

That’s enough of that. Attached is an image of Barrow whatever-point-0. Thank you.