English singer, songwriter, model, and actress Suki Waterhouse stopped at August Hall in San Francisco for the second show of her “Coolest Place In The World Tour.” With the release of her latest EP, Milk Teeth, and debut album I Can’t Let Go, the singer found many dedicated fans at her first North American headliner tour.
The show started off strong with “Bullshit on the Internet” and was followed by “The Devil I Know.” A few songs later, she played an unreleased song called “To Love.” In between her performances, Suki joked that she was everyone’s “millennial mom” and also explained the meaning behind a lot of her lyrics. The entire crowd sang along to popular songs like “Johanna,” creating a welcoming and intimate vibe.
Suki Waterhouse’s set concluded with “Nostalgia,” followed by a two-song encore consisting of “Blessed” and “Good Looking.” Before performing “Good Looking,” she explained how the song changed her life when it gained popularity on the internet. Before leaving, Suki Waterhouse hopped off the stage and ran to the barricade to hug and take selfies with her enthusiastic fans. She also autographed a few posters and books, as she is going to play a character in the television adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s bestselling novel, Daisy Jones and The Six.
The “Coolest Place In The World Tour” runs through February 10, hitting many major cities across the United States. Make sure to stream Milk Teeth and I Can’t Let Go, and catch Suki Waterhouse at a tour date near you!