Barstow were an indie rock/post-hardcore band from Waterbury Connecticut. They consisted of Ryan (guitar), Matt (guitar), Mike (bass) and Dan (drums). While all four members shared vocal duties, Ryan and Matt were the primary vocalists. Their songwriting, in part, showcased the loud-quiet-loud indie sound, with a great deal of dynamism and variety, thanks in part to the collective interests and ability the group overall. Their discography also showcased a great deal of creative growth over the course of a very short period of time. From the more straightforward indie-pop approach of their demo EP, to the 3+minute crescendo that is 'Valley Walls' on their split 7 with A Day's Refrain (Redscroll Records), to the fluidity and intricacy of their final 3-song EP, such development should not go unnoticed or unappreciated. If anything, it only makes one wonder what the group might have issued had they continued on. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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