(N) Press Release: Turbo Wolf Covers EP and Tour

Bristolian riff monsters Turbowolf have announced they will be releasing a covers EP on October 8th containing four classic tracks ripped to shreds in the band’s signature weirdo style. The band will be releasing the new EP alongside their Autumn UK tour which will also be filled with rifftastic weirdness that Turbowolf are known for.
The EP takes a broad range of musical styles and eras, and transforms them into a sound that could only be from the minds of Turbowolf. From a grimed-up 'Somebody To Love' by Jefferson Airplane, to a doomy take on MGMT's 'Electric Feel', the four tracks combine already exceptional song writing with the unparalleled energy and innovation of Turbowolf.
Track listing for the EP, due out on Hassle Records, is as follows:
See Through Head (The Hives)
Electric Feel (MGMT)
Captain Caveman (Lightning Bolt)
Somebody to Love (Jefferson Airplane / The Great Society)
The EP will be released smack in the middle of the band's most ambitious tour to date, a 13-date UK headline road-trip, which will see Turbowolf whipping the country into a frenzy of brain-melting chaos.
The band has provided a taste of what is to come for their fans straight from their Facebook page in the form of a homemade video. Check it out here: http://www.facebook.com/turbowolf
After a whole summer of shocking and awing festival crowds across the UK and Europe, including storming sets at Download, Germany’s Hurricane/Southside Festivals and a support slot for Wolfmother at IndigO2. An upcoming slot at Bestival is just another opportunity for them to simultaneously turn and roll new heads.
Be sure to catch the band in their element blowing minds, nailing riffs and causing chaos. See below for tour details.
09th Isle of Wight Bestival
02nd Newcastle O2 Academy 2
03rd Glasgow Cathouse
04th Sheffield Corporation
05th York Fibbers
06th Norwich Arts Centre
08th Oxford O2 Academy 2
09th Brighton The Haunt
10th London Garage
12th Nottingham Rock City Basement
13th Cambridge Wish You Were Here (festival)
14th Birmingham HMV Institute
15th Manchester Roadhouse
17th Leeds Cockpit
19th Bristol Fleece And Firkin