On March 9th, a legendary album in the making entitled “The Free Life” by Turbowolf will be released via SO Records.  Keep in mind that Madness To Creation does not throw around the word “legendary” when it comes to an album.

Out of Bristol, United Kingdom, Turbowolf is composed of Chris Georgiadis on vocals/synthesizers, Andy Ghosh on guitars, Lianna Lee Davies on bass, and Blake Davis on drums.  In this journey on this record, Turbowolf received a personal endorsement from Sir Elton John himself.  They took this album, torn it down again, and rebuilt it to make it to where this could be the classic album that people will talk about as long as rock music exists.

“All for you, not for you, the free life” is the intro of a smooth English accent voice in “No No No”.  I am immediately awestruck by the frantic, yet controlled pace of the opening track and the seamless intertwining of Andy on guitars and Lianna on bass.  Blake’s drumming is impeccable and Chris’s vocals immediately sound snarky and is chocked full of spirit and attitude.  The chorus immediately takes you on a singalong journey, then it transitions ever so smoothly and delicately into some brief psychedelic feels while the song comes crashing into you like a beautiful wreck.

The chaos brings the listener to a track called “Capital X”.  “Capital X” completely has that garage rock/punk feel which allows the listener to unpack another layer of Turbowolf.  The bass and guitars are tuned down quite low in this one, which allows for grooves that are thicker than southern fried biscuits and gravy that are from Grandma’s house while she doesn’t care about your cholesterol levels or that your arteries will be slathered with said gravy.  The transition in the bridge to change it up to a midtempo rocker makes it absolutely memorable, it makes you shout “DAMN!”.

Sebastian Grainger of Death From Above joins Turbowolf in the ditty entitled “Cheap Magic”.  The chorus is too awesome for me to simply type in this review.  The bass line is just disgusting and I mean that in a good way.  Mike Kerr of Royal Blood joins the band in “Domino”, which allows the listener to hear Mike and Chris exchange barbs with one another throughout this track.  As if there isn’t enough layers to unpack to this band, Chantal Brown of Vodun also makes appearances throughout this album to make it positively psychedelically scintillating to the senses.

In “Very Bad”, I think the band is becoming increasingly frantic yet it seems so controlled in the drumming by Blake Davis(which I have not highlighted nearly enough).  I cannot get over how seamless the progression changes, this is absolutely snarky and if Turbowolf releases this as a single, they will blow up quicker than the fireworks on the 4th of July and spread quicker than gasoline on a forest fire.  The drumming in the outro absolutely sounds enraging and frantic and the bass is absolutely disgusting.

I have never said this before, but I am absolutely wiped out after listening to “The Free Life” by Turbowolf.  I will not have to wait any longer to see if there is THAT album that people will be talking about for years to come.  I have it right here with “The Free Life” by Turbowolf.  In the world of cubic zirconia, Turbowolf has given us a diamond with some gemstones thrown into the mix.  Madness To Creation gives this a 10 out of 10 star rating!  Here is the track listing below!

  1.  No No No
  2.  Capital X
  3.  Cheap Magic
  4.  Very Bad
  5.  Half Secret
  6.  Domino
  7.  Last Three Clues
  8.  Up N Atom
  9.  Black Hole
  10.  The Free Life
  11.  Concluder

Check Turbowolf out on tour with Puppy and The Big Spring in Europe!

Wednesday, March 14th- Scala in London, United Kingdom

Thursday, March 15th- Trinity Centre in Bristol, United Kingdom

Tuesday, March 27th- MTC in Cologne, Germany

Wednesday, March 28th- Strom in Munich, Germany

Thursday, March 29th- Lucerna music bar in Prague, Czech Republic

Friday, March 30th- Klub Pralnia in Wroclaw, Poland

Saturday, March 31st- Hydrozagadka in Warsaw, Poland

Monday, April 2nd- Musik & Frieden in Berlin, Germany

Wednesday, April 4th- Melkweg Upstairs in Amsterdam, Netherlands

For tickets and further information for any of the shows listed above, click here!

Turbowolf will also be providing direct support for Royal Blood this summer in the United States!  Check out tour dates below!

Monday, May 28th- Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, New York

Thursday, May 31st- Stage AE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Sunday, June 3rd- Marathon Music Works in Nashville, Tennessee

Tuesday, June 5th- Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater in Austin, Texas

Wednesday, June 6th- Granada Theater in Dallas, Texas

Friday, June 8th- Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, Georgia

Saturday, June 9th- Plaza LIVE in Orlando, Florida

Monday, June 11th- Revolution Live in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Thursday, June 14th- The Fillmore in Charlotte, North Carolina

Friday, June 15th- The National in Richmond, Virginia

On Thursday, July 12th, Turbowolf will also be performing at the 2000 Trees Festival in Cheltenham, United Kingdom with At The Drive In and Touche Amore

For tickets and further information for any of the shows listed above, click here!

Fans can find Turbowolf at the following locations:




Go pick up a copy of “The Free Life” by Turbowolf at http://smarturl.it/TheFreeLife



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