Mobley Invites Us Into The Mind Of A Crazy Egomaniac In “Nobody’s Favourite”

It’s both a sonic and mental journey

Photo: Andrew Bennett

Mobley gives us a glimpse into the insane mind of a self-absorbed egomaniac in his new banger “Nobody’s Favourite.” Lyrically, the song captures the thoughts of such individual who swings between excessive pride and self-hate. Melodically, “Nobody’s Favourite” glues into your ears as it gracefully rushes through your system. Hit play:

In his own words, the single is “the internal monologue of a powerful scumbag. The speaker spends the whole song vacillating between utter egomania and abject self-loathing. He’s losing it, progressively, as the song goes on.”

“Nobody’s Favourite” is from Mobley’s upcoming EP Young & Dying in the Occident Supreme, which will be out this May via Last Gang Records. He’ll be playing shows in the upcoming weeks, so go see him:

Feb 19 – Guero’s Taco Bar – Austin, TX

Feb 28 – Grand Stafford Theater – Bryan, TX

Mar 10 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY (with Busty and the Bass)

Mar 13 – Troubadour – Los Angeles, CA (with Busty and the Bass)

Mar 14-21 – SXSW – Austin, TX

Apr 1 – Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA (with Magic Giant)

Apr 2 – The Saint – Reno, NV (with Magic Giant)

Apr 3 – Strummer’s – Fresno, CA (with Magic Giant)

Apr 4 – Soho Restaurant & Music Club – Santa Barbara, CA (with Magic Giant)

Apr 9 – Deep Ellum Art Company – Dallas, TX (with Ripe)

Apr 11 – Last Concert Cafe – Houston, TX (with Ripe)