Prior to releasing their debut album, Turbowolf spent several years developing their musical style in a series of UK tours and shows with the likes of The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, The Computers, Pulled Apart by Horses & Dinosaur Pile-Up.[4] In 2010 they also toured Europe with Korn & Dimmu Borgir.[4] The band have also been very active on the festival circuit clocking up performances at Download, Sonisphere, Lovebox, Great Escape, SXSW, Boardmasters & Hevy amongst others.

Shortly after signing to Hassle Records in June 2011, Turbowolf released A Rose for the Crows as their first single. The video, directed by Stephen Agnew, was previewed exclusively on Kerrang! magazine's website.[5] The second single Read & Write featured a heavily psychedelic video (also directed by Stephen Agnew), which was premiered on NME magazine's website.[6]

An EP titled 'Covers EP Vol 1' featuring cover versions of these 4 songs: 1. See Through Head – The Hives 2. Electric Feel – MGMT 3. Captain Caveman – Lightning Bolt 4. Somebody To Love – Jefferson Airplane/The Great Society was released in October 2012.

In April 2014 Turbowolf unleashed a new single, Solid Gold, which was avaialble as a free download on Kerrang! magazines website and also hosted the accompanying video[7]