AP Tobler’s New Singles Take Inspiration from Their Emotions and Past Experiences

Written by Aiden Faire

AP Tobler is a new up and coming artist you should not forget about. With hard hitting melodies and intense production, Tobler is taking the grunge, post-punk scene by storm. Tobler is a queer multi-instrumentalist and tracked this project entirely on their own.

Often described as a “grunge poet,” AP writes music with heavy riffs and complex themes, holding mental health topics as vital influences in their songwriting. AP aims to share their experiences with anxiety and depression by crafting songs rooted in grunge and alternative rock, with hopes that these thematic elements will speak to listeners who are going through similar experiences.

Taking influences from artists such as Green Day, Courtney Love, and Stone Temple Pilots, Tobler is extremely honest in their craft, and continues to shock listeners with their candidness.

AP Tobler describes their first single as “inspired by the anxiety and shame I still feel from situations that happened years ago, and the inability to stop these thoughts.” Tobler then states that the B sidetrack is about “the loss of a friendship. One day without warning, my best friend told me we couldn’t be friends anymore. They never explained why, and it was incredibly painful and confusing.”

Make sure to check out AP Tobler on all streaming platforms, as they are taking the new alternative scene by storm!

Find AP Tobler via:

Website – https://www.aptobler.com/
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/ap.tobler/
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/aptobler/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/ap_tobler
YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/aptobler
Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/artist/6CpwR54QlxHjMMzghyIB6O
Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/ap-tobler

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By Aiden Faire Music Reviewer
I fell in love with music when I first picked up a guitar at age 8. When I played, my friends and family would smile and spill with joy over the music I played, even though it was never Grammy quality. While my music career never made it past high school, my love for music never waivered. I loved the feeling of bringing a smile to someone's face through music and wanted to keep that passion going. So, I took it upon myself to continue to support and promote artists by writing about their music. This way, I can support my personal passion for music and bring entertain and joy to others through music.  Outside my love for music, I do enjoy a good hike and being in the outdoors. My favorite place that I've hiked is in Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. I love to travel too. I've been to Costa Rica, Vancouver, BC, and England, but the best place by far is Germany on Oktoberfest. I liken that experience to being in New Orleans on Mardi Gras. I like a good book now and then, but I'm more of a streaming fiend. I live for crime docuseries on Netflix, veterinary shows on National Geographic, and re-watching Scrubs on Hulu.
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