Without a doubt one of the most exciting up and coming bands around at the minute, The Rezner are skyrocketing to indie triumphs and now they’re kicking off their 2020 as they mean to go on – with a gig in Falmouth coming up.

Their forthcoming single ‘Wouldn’t You Like To Know’ is a real in-your-face statement of intent from the Cornwall four-piece and it starts streaming on Friday, February 21.

Renowned for their chaotic live shows and fearless performances, they’ve been showcasing their sound across the UK throughout 2019, and off the back of their previous single ‘For Myself’, they’re pulling out all the stops yet again.

Featuring incredibly infectious lyrics and a vocal hook that will be rattling around venues in no time, ‘Wouldn’t You Like To Know’ comes in the form of a knockout punch and transcends their incredible DIY ethic over the last two years.

Screeching guitar work and a pounding backbeat lay the foundations for a riot of a track that will do some serious damage on the dancefloor.

On creating the track, lead singer Sam Stone said: “Inspired by the buzz of the crowd at recent shows, 'Wouldn't you like to know' puts you straight into the mind of a character who is preparing to sack the day off work.

"He has lost the plot with everyone who surrounds him at his day to day job and is preparing arguments to have in his own head before they have even happened, which is driving him to the brink of insanity.

"He often wonders if they will even notice when he doesn't turn up to work. Wouldn't they like to know? Where he's been? Where he's hid? Where he's going to be for the day?

"This is something that the younger generation of workers face on a day to day basis, and we've had enough.”

After being championed by the likes of Alan McGee of Creation Records, not to mention having support from This Feeling, BBC Introducing and an early radio play for ‘Wouldn’t You Like To Know’ from the mighty Rodney Bingenheimer at Sirius XM, The Rezner are quickly paving their way to big things, and they’re starting the year off with their brand new single and shows across February and March.

They play Crofters Rights in Bristol on March 1 and then the Kernow in the City event at Rich Mix Shoreditch, London, on March 7.

The Falmouth gig takes place at Fives on March 11, before they team up with another up-and-coming Cornish group, The Velvet Hands, to play Underground in Plymouth.