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TURBOWOLF Unveil Trippy Animated Video For ‘Rich Gift’

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Bristolian alt-rockers Turbowolf, have revealed the mind-blowing animated video for ‘Rich Gift‘, by American contemporary artist, Dax Norman, which premiered on Noisey worldwide last week. The video is an epic display of trippy animation, featuring an array of mind-boggling creatures, taking you on one hell of a journey. Imagine Yellow Submarine through the warped mind of a pop art Picasso.

‘Rich Gift’ is a master class in guitar-riffery, taking rock music to the stratosphere and creating something fantastically individual. Packed to the rafters with varied tempos and melodies, ‘Rich Gift’ is a schizophrenic frenzy, yet shoots home with hugely refined sing-along choruses.

The track comes from the band’s hugely anticipated upcoming album ‘Two Hands’, due out on April 6th, and was given it’s first spin on the Radio 1 Rock Show last night. Undoubtedly one of the finest rock albums to be released in 2015, ‘Two Hands’ is already being raved about by the likes of Mike Kerr from Royal Blood who tipped it in the new issue of Q, describing it as “totally insane”.

After the storming success of their recent tour with the aforementioned Royal Blood and their own December headline tour, the Bristolian groovemeisters are getting back on the road to promote ‘Two Hands’, with a 12-date tour across the UK and Europe supporting Death From Above 1979, and a string of their own headline shows across the UK in April.

Great Britain – prepare yourselves for the musical apocalypse that is Turbowolf. The band are standing on the cusp of great things, ready to spread their wings and fly!

‘Rich Gift’ and ‘Rabbits Foot’ available as instant downloads when you pre-order the album ‘Two Hands’ HERE – out April 6th. Exclusive merchandise bundles available too, including limited edition gold vinyl, sunglasses, t-shirts and more.

 

On Tour With

DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979

Tickets on sale now – www.deathfromabove1979.com

20/02/14 Dublin – Academy

21/02/14 Belfast – Limelight

23/02/14 Glasgow – ABC

24/02/14 Manchester – The Ritz

25/02/14 London – O2 Brixton Academy

26/02/14 Birmingham – Institute

28/02/14 Paris – Gaite Lyrique

01/03/14 Brussels – AB Box

02/03/14 Luxembourg – Den Atellier

03/03/14 Hamburg – Markthalle

05/03/14 Berlin – Postbahnhof

06/03/14 Dortmund – Visions Party

 

APRIL HEADLINE TOUR

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

 

EURO DATES

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

 

UK FESTIVAL DATES

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

14th – 16th May – Great Escape Festival, Brighton

30th May – Camden Rock Festival, London

 

“Chris Georgiadis is also arguably one of Britain’s most charismatic frontmen. If the rest of the new album packs as much punch as ‘Rabbits Foot’, they could be on to something pretty remarkable indeed.” – Q Online

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

“Much like the ringing in our ears, rock’s enthusiasm for Turbowolf is likely to last well in to 2015 and beyond” – Kerrang

About Linda Heron

London Photographer and News Editor for Planet Mosh.
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