Welcome to Suki Waterhouse Online, your online fansource about everything related to the model-actress-singer Suki Waterhouse. Suki is most known for her role as Arlen in 'The Bad Batch' and Bethany in 'Love, Rosie'. She is also known in the music industry for her songs 'Good Looking', 'Brutally', 'Valentine' and her debut album 'I Can't Let Go', out in 2022. Suki is also working in the fashion industry alongside her friend Poppy Jamie with whom she created the brand 'Pop & Suki' in 2016. I aim to provide you the best and fastest fansource about Suki Waterhouse with regular news, photos, videos and any other kind of updates. Enjoy your stay!
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by manon on June 06, 2022
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Styled by Stephanie Sanchez, Suki Waterhouse posed for Josefina Santos in a brand new photoshoot for Nylon Magazine. The singer talked about her debut album ‘I Can’t Let Go’, out since last May and other things. You can find the whole interview right below and the photoshoot is now available in the gallery so don’t forget to check it out!

Photoshoots & Portraits > 2022 > Nylon Magazine

NYLON — Suki Waterhouse has a knack for meeting people on the street. It’s not something she seeks out, but a testament to some kind unspoken magnetism that surrounds her. When you’re near her, you can’t help but believe in serendipity.

She recounts how a week ago — just days before the release of her debut album, I Can’t Let Go — she was in New Orleans, wrapping filming on the upcoming television series Daisy Jones & the Six, when she discovered Lucinda Williams, whom she had been listening to while recording her own album, was in town. She went to her show, where she randomly befriended one of the tour roadies — “I know, I’m such a groupie” — and next thing you know, she’s backstage, meeting one of her idols. “She was incredible,” Waterhouse says now. “I didn’t want to annoy her too much, but it was just nice to get to say a couple of things. But it was so strange. I’ve just been talking about her so much and then I got to see her.”

Just a few days later, sitting outside of a café in Bushwick where she’ll perform two headlining shows at the nearby Elsewhere over the next few days, Waterhouse is put in the reverse role. The groupie becomes the idol. “I’m sorry to be a big dork, but I’m such a big fan,” says our waitress, a woman in her early 20s who plays it very cool, as she sets down our tea. “You are playing around here this week, right? I wanted to go but it sold out.” Waterhouse beams up from under her shaggy bangs. “Should I try and put you on the list? Write your name down.” The waitress retreats inside to grab a slip of paper and a pen. When she returns, she’s also armed with a to-go bag with a slice of homemade cake. Waterhouse is genuinely touched. “That’s so nice, that cake is so cute,” she responds. “OK, I’m taking your name down and I want to see you there singing.” Read More