"The power trios of the late ’60s and early ’70s are the blueprint for Stubb’s loud, hard-driving, fuzzed-up heavy blues rock."

The band recorded their first full length album for UK label Superhot Records, and hit the road, gigging with such heavy rock luminaries as the Gentlemans Pistols, Firebird, Cherry Choke, Steak, Sungrazer and The Machine as well as appearing at the first Desertfest to a packed house. Making the trip over to Europe twice with Stone Axe from the USA further cemented Stubb’s reputation as a solid live act with some serious chops.

For album number two Stubb took inspiration from the South West of the UK’s rugged coastline recording Cry Of The Ocean at Skyhammer Studios with new member Tom Fyfe on drums. Their first recording on the Ripple Music label, Cry Of The Ocean pushed the band into new sonic territory. As well as contributing a cover of Little Wing to Magnetic Eyes ‚Best of Jame Marshall Hendrix‘ LP Stubb also recorded a split LP with Mos Generator for Hevisike Records.

The current chapter of Stubb, now in year 10 as a band see’s the lineup as Jack Dickinson on Guitar and Vocals, Tom Hobson on Bass and Tom Fyfe on Drums. The band entered Skyhammer studio in January to record Burning Moon with Chris Fielding of Conan on engineering and production duties. A 25 minute space rock opus, Burning Moon sees the band pushing their sound in a new direction while staying very much true to the sound they love.