SUKI WATERHOUSE KICKS OFF FALL TOUR WITH FATHER JOHN MISTY AT RED ROCKS

“GOOD LOOKING” GARNERING 700K+ STREAMS DAILY
DEBUT ALBUM I CAN’T LET GO
VIA SUB POP
                                                   photo credit: Sofia Malamute
On Sunday night, multitalented British vocalist and songwriter Suki Waterhouse kicked off a run of tour dates with Father John Misty at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, with further stops at Los Angeles’ Holllywood Forever Cemetery, New York’s Radio City Music Hall and more—see full routing below and get tickets here.
The tour is in support of Waterhouse’s debut album, I Can’t Let Go, out now via Sub Pop Records—get it here. Additionally, her 2017 single “Good Looking,” which peaked at #1 on Spotify’s Viral USA Chart, recently went viral on TikTok and continues to accumulate more than 700 thousand streams daily across Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music.
I Can’t Let Go 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.” More music from Waterhouse is imminent.
Critical praise for Suki Waterhouse…
“…add to the mix her vocal style – calling to mind the exquisite tones of Elizabeth Fraser or Hope Sandoval – and a solid collection of early work that caught the ear of Sub Pop, and you’ve got a welcome addition to your 2022 playlist.” – NPR
“..sounds like what a Lana Del Rey deep cut mixed with Joni Mitchell’s ‘Both Sides, Now’ would sound like…Here’s to more pleasant surprises like this from her book of talents.” – NYLON
SUKI WATERHOUSE—I CAN’T LET GO
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
SUKI WATERHOUSE LIVE
August 3                                                   San Diego, CA                                            Humphrey’s*
August 4                                                   San Diego, CA                                            Humphrey’s*
August 5                                                   Las Vegas, NV                          Theater at Virgin Hotel*
August 6                                                     Phoenix, AZ                                         The Van Buren*
August 8                                               Oklahoma City, OK                                             Criterion*
August 9                                                 Kansas City, MO                                   Midland Theatre*
August 11                                                   Houston, TX                             White Oak Music Hall*
August 12                                                    Austin, TX    Moddy Amphitheater at Waterloo Park*
August 13                                               New Orleans, LA                                 Orpheum Theater*
August 14                                                     Dallas, TX                               Factory in Deep Ellum*
August 18                                                 Hollywood, CA               Hollywood Forever Cemetery*
August 20                                                   Oakland, CA                                              Fox Theater*
August 23                                                    Eugene, OR                                    McDonald Theatre*
August 25                                                 Vancouver, BC                                                 Orpheum*
August 26                                                    Seattle, WA                                                     Neumos*
August 27                                                   Portland, OR                      Pioneer Courthouse Square*
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
                              

 

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