Androgynous, small, writes too many songs about breakups

SATSUKI picked up the guitar at 15 and started writing songs; mostly about young love, loss of friendship and being burdened with high school problems. Her style hasn’t strayed far since then with her writing always focussed on relationships, intimacy and honesty - sometimes a little too much honesty. Inspired by punk lyrics and pop-rock melodies, SATSUKI tries to make sense of her experiences at the time, resulting in a neatly wrapped package of emotions.

SATSUKI released her first single “Afterglow” after a year and a half of writer’s block. A moody, crying-in-the-club electro bop. Her second single, “Roseville Girls” completely changed genre from an electronic vibe to more of a fast paced pop-punk song.

“Sister Song” is the new single by SATSUKI, a song about dealing with disappointment and uncertainty; combining elements of shoegaze and ambient with a clean, electro pop coating.

In January of 2018, SATSUKI moved from Sydney, Australia to Osaka, Japan to continue her music career and has since performed at “Megaport Festival” in Taiwan as well as various venues and events across Japan. She was awarded a busking license through the “MUSIC BUSKER IN UMEKITA” project supported by Grand Front Osaka and radio station FM802 which allows her to busk outside the Grand Front Osaka area.


Label: self-released

Genre: pop, electronic, rock

Influences: Syd Tha Kyd, Foals, ALPINE, Bon Iver, Selena Gomez

Sounds like: Sampha, Metronomy, Paramore

D.O.B. 14th September, 1993

Born: Sydney, Australia