Four Point Restraints, an alternative rock band from Quincy, will be playing an acoustic set at Tavern at the End of the World on Saturday June 28, at 10 p.m. Four Point Restraints’ latest EP, “Malice”, will enchant listeners with their haunting take on rock.
They will be joined by New Jersey singer-songwriter Emily Grove. Tavern at the End of the World is a quaint bar with a small seating area and a warm fireplace. Patrons can grab a beer with their friends and listen to the acoustic stylings of these two bands at no cost. Four Point Restraints' lead guitarist, Will Barry, on why Tavern at the End of the World is where music lovers and beer enthusiasts want to be on Saturday, June 28.
Why should people venture out to see Four Point Restraints at Tavern at the End of the World?
Will Barry: Well, Tavern has become a home away from home for us over the years. We love playing there and I think that comes out in the music we play while we're there. Friendly staff, comfortable atmosphere, great food, and a beer list that will make your eyes cross. Those are the things that keep us coming back. Not to mention, the music's free. No cover means more money for booze. Or band merch.
Rumor is you play covers as part of your acoustic set, care to comment?
WB: Well, the focus of our set is and always will be our original material, whether we're debuting new tunes, dusting off older ones, or just belting out the fan favorites. But we have all night to play, so we have been known to slip in tunes by the likes of The Smiths, The Pogues, or Johnny Cash here and there—the stuff we grew up listening to, what inspired us to pick up instruments in the first place.