nar·row·back /ˈnæroʊˌbæk/ [nar-oh-bak]
1. Disparaging. an Irish-American.
2. a person of slight build who is unfit for hard labor.
The brain child of a future banker and a drop out bartender, The Narrowbacks are a fresh voice for songs and stories old and new. After some late night sing songs, a couple whiskeys and a few lost jobs we came up with a young punk attitude that found itself running through the veins of an old time folk band.
If Joe Strummer, Shane MacGowan and Bruce Springsteen survived a drinking session through the 5 boroughs, the hangover would be called The Narrowbacks.