Bristolian alt-rockers Turbowolf, have revealed the incredible video for their brand new single ‘Rabbits Foot’. In typical Turbowolf fashion, the video is dark and tumultuous, set in an abandoned underground factory, featuring an array of mythical half-human beasts dancing in a ritualistic fashion to the band’s righteous, raucous rock’n’roll.
‘Rabbits Foot’ is a gargantuan blast of brilliance, oozing with groove-infested bass lines, incisive signature riffs and eccentric electronics, all topped off with Chris Georgiadis sexy-yet-sinister vocals, howling “I need some kind of voodoo…”
The track has received plays on Radio 1 from Zane Lowe, Fearne Cotton and Daniel P Carter as the station’s ‘Rockest Record Of The Week’ and Clash have hailed it as “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.”
In further news Turbowolf have just signed to Universal Music as the first band announced under the joint venture between Spinefarm Records and Search & Destroy, the new collaboration that’s bringing a dynamic new approach to rock music on both sides of the Atlantic.
Turbowolf release their highly anticipated second album ‘Two Hands’ on April 6th. The album has been co-produced with Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Band of Skulls, Opeth) and ‘Rabbits Foot’ is available now as a FREE download with all pre-orders for Turbowolf’s new album via http://www.turbowolf.co.uk. The single is also available to buy now from iTunes.
The band have just hit the road on a 13-date stint as Special Guests on the sold-out Royal Blood tour and then return less than a month later for their very own headline run as part of the ‘Download Freezes Over’ series of tours, finishing off in the capital at Camden’s Dingwalls.
Watch Turbowolf in action at Download this summer in this brilliant montage
Headline Tour – ‘Download Freezes Over’
Support from Empress AD and God Damn
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