Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock, Roots


Tags

Toby Mobbs


band members

Toby Mobbs


Influences

Gang Of Youths, Camp Cope, Alabama Shakes, Press Club, The Tallest Man On Earth, Foo Fighters, Chance The Rapper


Unearthed artists we like

GANG OF YOUTHS


Website

www.tobymobbsmusic.com

Bio

Toby Mobbs is a librarian by day and pop-folk singer-songwriter by night. Mobbs has sought to carve a unique music style both live and in the studio by incorporating thick, dynamic, and rhythmic guitar, warm vocals, and introspective lyrical storytelling. When not in his hometown of Albury NSW, you will find him traveling around Australia finding new towns and audiences to connect with, providing insight into the stories behind the music, and promoting his latest studio releases.

While Toby has been labelled one of the hardest working independent touring musicians in the country, his studio recordings shine a different light to his stripped back performances on stage. These recordings break far away from the solo artist typecast, showcasing a unique interpretation of the many musical genres that inspire his writing. Toby is currently gearing up for his debut album and national tour in 2022.

In 2020 Mobbs announced his ‘Making Lemonade’ Regional Tour consisting of thirty-nine shows across regional New South Wales and Victoria. The tour promoted his debut single by the same name which took out the #1 spot on the Atomic music charts for an unprecedented 15 consecutive weeks, gaining the first 'Triple Uranium' award. In 2021 Mobbs' follow-up track 'Moments' shot up the Triple J Unearthed Chart gaining the #1 spot for Rock and #2 overall. Other charting accolades include reaching #3 on AMRAP's national weekly regional charts with 'Just One Thing' in 2021.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

15 Jan 2021

Triple J
30

A mixture of classic rock elements and West Coast US breakers coming in. This could've been soundtracked a big waves compilations VHS in 1997!

A mixture of classic rock elements and West Coast US breakers coming in. This could've been soundtracked a big waves compilations VHS in 1997!