Turbowolf Announce Full Album Stream & Intimate In-Stores


Bristolian alt-rockers Turbowolf have made their bombastically explosive second album, ‘Two Hands’, available to stream right now in full from their website – www.turbowolf.co.uk. The band have also announced two intimate in-store live performances and signings at the dates below.

06/04/15 – Bristol – Rise Records

07/04/15 – Kingston – Banquet Records


‘Two Hands’, which is out on April 6th on Spinefarm Records/Search & Destroy (via Universal Music) and co-produced with Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Band of Skulls, Opeth), is a master class in taking rock music to the outer limits and creating something truly unique. Stuffed to the gills with grooves, riffs and rhythms to make you lose your mind it reaches deep into the secret history of mankind and ponders the wonders of evolution.


From the slow and sludgy Black Sabbath-esque chugs of ‘Pale Horse’, to the relentless, frantic beats of ‘American Mirrors’ and ‘Rich Gift’, to the more laid-back, trippy sounds of ‘Invisible Hand’ and ‘Toy Memaha’, Turbowolf have delivered an album of unassailable sonic adventure, with an abundance of eclectic electronics, throbbing bass, bruising drums, fizzing guitars and the kind of vocals from singer Chris Georgiadis, that have you believe he’s singing for his very survival.

And in amongst the far-reaching eccentricities that Turbowolf have made their own, the band have an impeccable ear for a hit, with singles ‘Rabbits Foot’ and ‘Nine Lives’ eating up the airwaves with huge support at Radio 1 including ‘In New Music We Trust’ playlist and two Track Of The Day’s.


After the storming success of their recent tours with Royal Blood and Death From Above 1979, the band are getting back on the road to promote ‘Two Hands’, with a string of headline shows across the UK in April, European dates with Red Fang, and a selection of UK and European festivals.




Tickets on sale now – www.turbowolf.co.uk

08/04/14 Oxford – Bullingdon Arms

09/04/14 Swansea – Sin City

10/04/14 Nottingham – Bodega

11/04/14 Coventry – Kasbah (Tricky Disco Club)

12/04/14 Leeds – The Key Club

14/04/14 Liverpool – Academy II

15/04/14 Newcastle – Academy II

16/04/14 Sheffield – The Harley

17/04/14 Tunbridge Wells – Forum

18/04/14 Southampton – Talking Heads

20/04/14 Cambridge – Portland Arms

22/04/14 Bristol – The Marble Factory



Tickets on sale now – www.turbowolf.co.uk

25/04/15 – Warsaw – Hybrydy (Knock Out Productions Party)

26/04/15 – Wroclaw – Alibi (Support to Red Fang)

27/04/15 – Krakow – Fabryka (Support to Red Fang)

28/04/15 – Prague – 007 Klub

30/04/15 – Cologne – MTC

01/05/15 – Frankfurt – Nachtleben

02/05/15 – Meerhout – Groezrock Festival



15/05/15 – The Great Escape (The Hope) – Brighton

30/05/15 – Camden Rocks (Barfly) – London


“Infusing riotous Motorhead-tinged rock ‘n’ roll with the ethereal shimmer of The Mars Volta” – NME

“One listen to Turbowolf’s up-and-at-ya riffing and it’s not hard to fathom why Royal Blood’s Mike Kerr so eagerly tipped the Bristolians’ second LP as “totally insane” – Q Magazine

“At just 39 minutes, they’ve packed so much into this entirely mad record, you’ll be left happily exhausted by the end of it.” – Classic Rock

“A captivating mix of 70s styled retro rock, psychedelic zippiness and punkish alt-rock energy that will appeal to the crossover kids” – Metal Hammer

“Stuffed to the guts with Turbowolf’s distinctive rubber-buzzsaw riffs and Technicolour stomp, boding well for a strong showing from one of the UK’s most under-appreciated rock bands.” – Clash Music

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