“There were a lot of moments I thought I would never find my happiness in music again but here I am happier than ever”
From 10-year-old ambitions to attending the prestigious Brit School, Sasha Keable’s path to singer/songwriter was no mere coincidence, more so an inevitability. Releasing her latest EP titled ‘MAN’ just a few days ago, PAUSE sat down with the London artist to talk about her inspirations, style and the therapeutic effect of music.
How early did you know you wanted to be a singer?
I think I must have made my decision when I was about 10, I don’t really remember making it but I recently got sent a photo by some people that were doing up a house me and my family used to live in and when they stripped the wallpaper in my old room, they found a picture I had drawn of myself aged 10 with all my aspirations on it and it said I wanted to be a singer so.. here we are.
What was your experience like at Brit school?
Awhh I loved BRIT, it wasn’t like any other school in the world, it was some of the best years of my life.
If you could only wear one pair of shoes for life what would they be?
Black Converse Hi 70s I don’t know what their actual name is but I would wear those forever and ever.
Where do you find fashion inspiration?
Name a current trend that you love and one that you don’t like?
I don’t really love or hate anything whatever makes people happy really. Apart from platform bejewelled crocs, that’s a no from me.