Toby Whyle – ‘Call It A Night’

Lyrics: Toby WhyleMusic: Toby Whyle, Maximilian WalchProduction: Maximilian Walch, Toby WhyleMixing: Maximilian WalchMastering: Nikodem Milewski © & ℗ 2022 Matches MusicPublished by Matches Music Publishing

Toby Whyle – ‘What A Ride’

Lyrics: Toby WhyleMusic: Toby Whyle, Maximilian WalchProduction: Maximilian Walch, Toby WhyleMixing: Maximilian WalchMastering: Nikodem Milewski © & ℗ 2022 Matches MusicPublished by Matches Music Publishing

Toby Whyle – ‘Maze’

Lyrics: Toby WhyleMusic: Toby Whyle, Maximilian WalchProduction: Maximilian Walch, Toby WhyleMixing: Maximilian WalchMastering: Nikodem Milewski © & ℗ 2022 Matches MusicPublished by Matches Music Publishing

Toby Whyle – ‘Not in the Slightest’

Lyrics: Toby WhyleMusic: Toby Whyle, Maximilian WalchProduction: Maximilian Walch, Toby WhyleMixing: Maximilian WalchMastering: Nikodem Milewski © & ℗ 2021 Matches MusicPublished by Matches Music Publishing https://youtu.be/_y37TyUpgVs

Toby Whyle – ‘A Mood Of Its Own’

Writing songs has always been quite natural and ever-present in Toby Whyle’s life. And he’s written plenty of them over the last decade. However, what’s new is the realisation that songwriting is one of his few means to slow down the bright and fast-paced world surrounding us. “A Mood Of Its Own” is the beginning of a new adventure—a journey upon which Toby embarks entirely on his own for the first time. Throwing himself fully into the gravitational forces of electronic music and guitar pop, he orbits these points of attraction without ever really getting caught by either of them. Each song moves along its own trajectory, fueled by Toby’s thoughts and experiences.

The title “A Mood Of Its Own” is taken from a line of the lyrics of “No One Moves”, Toby Whyle’s debut single, which hit number 1 on the Austrian Radio FM4 charts straight away. The song deals with the debilitating feeling of writer’s block, while the second single “Quiet The Silence” delves into the unpleasant situation of two human beings drifting apart. “Pity” is about overcoming self-constructed obstacles in one’s mind, and “How It Feels” seeks gratification and happiness in a modern world that is subject to constant and rapid change. Showcasing the wide spectrum of his songwriting, Toby’s debut solo EP is as catchy as it is thought-provoking. Together with producer Maximilan Walch, Toby Whyle has captured different moods and distilled them down to their bare essences – aligned in conjunction they evoke “A Mood Of Its Own”.

Toby Whyle – ‘Pity’

One step forward, two steps back? There are some mistakes that we just don’t seem to want to learn from—obstacles we keep putting in our own way. Since it can often feel quite pleasant to just wallow in self-pity, we tend to chalk things up to fate—even though they’re actually in our own hands and no one else can fix things for us.

With his new single, “Pity”, Toby Whyle encourages us to look forward again, to get up and try once more, and to overcome the bruised ego constantly telling us “to give it a rest. Your attempts are in vain.” The chorus of the song is a wake-up call to our inner selves: “I’ll steer through this on my own. Gotta sort it out for myself, you know?” With stubborn persistence, the beat steadily pushes forward and the tune’s optimistic melody induces an awakening.

Toby Whyle – ‘Quiet the Silence’

The world comes to a halt, and everything stands still. On Toby Whyle’s debut single “No One Moves,” he approaches a phenomenon artists are often somewhat hesitant to address: writer’s block. He ponders the numbing feeling of helplessness when ideas just wouldn’t come to him for weeks. The only way out of his dilemma was to explore the nature of inspiration itself. What does it mean to be inspired? To have ideas – or to lack them?

Then suddenly, as the sky swiftly clears up, inspiration begins to flow. Something happens, something so hard to put into words yet so easy to be entranced by. When in a brief moment of equilibrium, worries and euphoria seem to be perfectly balanced. You can almost feel the air crackling and sizzling with energy. An impulse that sets everything in motion – and it flows.

Toby Whyle – ‘No One Moves’

The world comes to a halt, and everything stands still. On Toby Whyle’s debut single “No One Moves,” he approaches a phenomenon artists are often somewhat hesitant to address: writer’s block. He ponders the numbing feeling of helplessness when ideas just wouldn’t come to him for weeks. The only way out of his dilemma was to explore the nature of inspiration itself. What does it mean to be inspired? To have ideas – or to lack them?

Then suddenly, as the sky swiftly clears up, inspiration begins to flow. Something happens, something so hard to put into words yet so easy to be entranced by. When in a brief moment of equilibrium, worries and euphoria seem to be perfectly balanced. You can almost feel the air crackling and sizzling with energy. An impulse that sets everything in motion – and it flows.