TURBOWOLF On Tour With Royal Blood


Bristol-based alt-rockers – TURBOWOLF – return this autumn in a blaze of glory. After a short burst of headline shows in April and a glorious series of summer performances including Hyde Park Rocks and Download Festival, the four-piece head out on the road again later this month as special guests to the red-hot Royal Blood, who follow their No.1 UK album with a fully sold out tour.


Preceding the Royal Blood dates, Turbowolf are appearing at the Simple Things Festival in Bristol on Sat Oct 25th, with headliners Mogwai and Death From Above 1979. They finish the year with their own headline run of dates, as part of the Download Freezes Over series of tours, finishing up in the capital at Camden’s Dingwalls.

With the announcement of some VERY EXCITING NEWS coming later this month, Turbowolf are standing on the cusp of great things, ready to spread their wings and fly!




Simple Things Festival

25th October – Bristol


Special guests to Royal Blood

27th October – The Academy, Dublin

28th October – Riverside, Newcastle

30th October – O2 ABC, Glasgow

31st October – Leadmill, Sheffield

2nd November – The Ritz, Manchester

3rd November – O2 Academy, Liverpool

4th November – Birmingham, The Institute

6th November – Electric Ballroom, London

7th November – Electric Ballroom, London

8th November – The Junction, Cambridge

10th November – Pyramid, Portsmouth

11th November – O2 Academy, Oxford

12th November – The Bierkeller, Bristol


‘Download Freezes Over’ Headline Tour

1st December – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

2nd December – Deaf Institute, Manchester

4th December – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

5th December – Sound Circus, Bournemouth

6th December – Institute Temple, Birmingham

8th December – Waterfront Studio, Norwich

9th December – Dingwalls, London


Strap down your senses and prepare yourselves for a sonic rocket trip beyond your wildest expectations. Turbowolf are back – stronger, weirder and more wonderful than ever!

About Linda Heron

London Photographer and News Editor for Planet Mosh.