Multitalented British vocalist and songwriter Suki Waterhouse shares a new song today, “Nostalgia,” co-written and produced by John Mark Nelson—listen here

“The song is about the romance of missing the idea of something, someone,” Waterhouse says. “In isolation, I found myself giving into the temptation to reminisce. To steep in nostalgia is to escape the now, to give in to the beauty of an illusion.”

“Nostalgia” is Suki’s first new music since her debut album, I Can’t Let Go, was released to critical acclaim in May via Sub Pop Records—get it here. The album was executive produced by Grammy-nominated Brad Cook (The War On Drugs, Bon Iver) and features previously released singles “Moves,” “My Mind” and “Melrose Meltdown.”

Additionally, she recently shared two new versions of her viral song, “Good Looking”—listen to the stripped version here and the remix by Canadian producer BLOND:ISH here. The original version of the track, which went viral on TikTok and peaked at #1 on Spotify’s Viral USA Chart, continues to accumulate more than 700 thousand streams daily across Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music.

Growing up in London, multi-talented actress, model and musician Suki Waterhouse gravitated toward music at an early age, finding inspiration in the likes of Alanis Morisette, Missy Elliott, Oasis and more. She initially teased her pivot to music with a series of singles, generating nearly 20 million total streams independently, with critical acclaim from NYLON, DUJOUR, Lemonade Magazine and more.


1. Moves

2. Devil I Know

3. Melrose Meltdown

4. Put Me Through It

5. My Mind

6. Bullshit on the Internet

7. Wild Side

8. On Your Thumb

9. Slip

10. Blessed


September 12                                            Columbus, OH                                       KEMBA Live! *

September 13                                          Philadelphia, PA                                                 The Met*

September 16                                            Richmond, VA                               Brown’s Island Park*

September 17                                             Asheville, NC                                          Rabbit Rabbit*

September 19                                            Charleston, SC                                       Riviera Theater*

September 20                                          Washington, D.C.                                                 Anthem*

September 22                                            New York, NY                           Radio City Music Hall*

September 23                                              Boston, MA                               Leader Bank Pavilion*

September 26                                             Montreal, QC                                                      Mtelus*

September 27                                              Toronto, ON                                 Velvet Underground*

September 29                                              Chicago, IL                                        Chicago Theatre*

September 30                                            Saint Paul, MN                                        Palace Theatre*

October 1                                                  Saint Paul, MN                                        Palace Theatre*

October 3                                                 Milwaukee, WI                                   Riverside Theater*

October 4                                                 Indianapolis, IN                          Clowes Memorial Hall*

October 6                                                   Nashville, TN                                 Ryman Auditorium*

October 7                                                    Atlanta, GA                                               The Eastern*

October 8                                                    Durham, NC                                       Durham Armory*

*with Father John Misty