The kid who used to play in Punk bands is quite not what he looks like. Behind the inked face hides an emotional voice vibrating between misery and desire.
The nostalgic mind of Sasa Stubbs finds a way to be the storyteller while connecting the distant shores of destructive sadness and blissful feelings.
Referring to singer Robert Smith he lives by the words “Don’t say maybe”, so he decided to become a musician after having learned how to play the guitar by the age of 14.
Since then the multifaceted musician has been influenced by bands like The Cure, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blink-182, My Chemical Romance and Nirvana, which he has grown up listening to.
During his teenage years, he dropped out of school and left his jobs subsequently, in order to follow his dreams with a die-hard dedication.
However, after his activity in several Punk Rock bands, Salvatore decided to produce his own music now, which made him close himself up in a room in his parents’ house, where he could experiment with his voice and try out blending different elements in his instrumentals. He adopted the stage name Sasa Stubbs and started a new path, which would give him the possibility to express himself through his songs and to escape the nine-to-five routine.