“Every Day’s a Lesson in Humility,” A new collaboration from Suki Waterhouse x Belle & Sebastian Out Now.
June 16, 2023
“Every Day’s a Lesson in Humility,”
A new collaboration from Suki Waterhouse x Belle & Sebastian Out Now.
Available Now On All DSPs and As a Limited-Edition 7”
Today, June 13th, marks the release of “Every Day’s a Lesson in Humility,” a new collaboration from Suki Waterhouse and Belle & Sebastian, available now on all DSPs and as a limited-edition vinyl 7”.
The sweet and summery “Every Day’s a Lesson in Humility” was written by Suki Waterhouse and Belle and Sebastian, produced by Belle & Sebastian, mixed by Kevin Burleigh at Gorbals Sound Recording Studios in Glasgow, and mastered by Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road Studios in London.
“Every Day’s a Lesson in Humility” 7” single, is released as part of the very limited Sub Pop Singles Club, Vol. 8, which can be had only by subscribing at the Sub Pop Mega Mart.
In 2022, Suki Waterhouse released her debut album, I Can’t Let Go, and her follow-up EP of earlier material, Milk Teeth, released later that year. The latter features her single “Good Looking,” which went viral on TikTok and peaked at #1 on Spotify’s Viral USA Chart. The song amassed more than 170 million streams and led to 5 million monthly listeners at Spotify, to date.
Suki wrapped the “Coolest Place in the World Tour,” her sold-out, North American headline run earlier this year. She also supported Father John Misty on his 2022 North American tour, which included stops at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, Los Angeles’ Hollywood Forever Cemetery, New York’s Radio City Music Hall, and more. Recently, she also starred as Karen Sirko in “Daisy Jones & The Six,” the hit Amazon television miniseries based on the popular book by Taylor Jenkins Reid. For 2023, Suki is currently in the midst of a summer and fall US festival run which includes appearances at Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Ohana Festivals.
With a legacy spanning three decades, Belle and Sebastian have truly earned their place in music history as a pillar of counter culture. The unique, unpredictable, and fiercely loved band has a plethora of accolades and plaudits to their name including winning the Best Newcomers BRIT Award in 1999, selling out the Hollywood Bowl, New York’s Central Park, Glasgow’s Hydro Arena, and contributing to the soundtracks and scores for an array of films including Juno, The Power of Nightmares, Days Of Bagnold Summer.
In 2019, Belle and Sebastian hosted a 4-day festival at sea, The Boaty Weekender, twenty years on from their pioneering holiday-camp festival, The Bowlie Weekender, featuring friends and contemporaries including Mogwai, Yo La Tengo, Teenage Fanclub, Camera Obscura, Nilüfer Yanya, Django Django, and many others.
Belle & Sebastian’s most recent output, 2022s A Bit Previous, and its surprise follow-up, Late Developers, in early 2023, saw the band continuing to reinvent itself while remaining true to its independent spirit. They will support both albums with a series of UK and EU dates this summer.
Suki Waterhouse Tour Dates
Thu. Jun. 15 – Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Festival
Thu. Aug. 03 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
Sat. Aug. 05 – Chicago, IL – Lollapalooza
Sat. Sep. 30 – Columbia, MD – All Things Go Festival
Sun. Oct. 01 – Dana Point, CA – Ohana Festival
Belle and Sebastian Tour Dates
Sun. Jun. 25 – Antwerp, Belgium – Middenvijver Linkeroever
Sun. Jul. 02 – Dublin, IE – Olympia
Mon. Jul. 03 – Belfast, UK – The Limelight
Wed. Jul. 05 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK – City Hall, Newcastle
Thu. Jul. 06 – Hull, UK – Asylum University Union
Sat. Jul. 08 – Liverpool, UK – Olympia
Sun. Jul. 09 – Edinburgh, UK – Usher Hall
Mon. Jul. 10 – Aberdeen, UK – Beach Ballroom
Wed. Jul. 12 – Sheffield, UK – Academy Sheffield
Thu. Jul. 13 – Oxford, UK – Academy Oxford
Fri. Jul. 14 – Birmingham, UK – Academy Birmingham
Sat. Jul. 15 – Cardiff, UK – Great Hall, Cardiff University Students’ Union
Mon. Jul. 17 – London, UK – The Roundhouse
Tue. Jul. 18 – London, UK – The Roundhouse
Wed. Jul. 19 – Brighton, UK – Brighton Dome
Fri. Jul. 21 – Manchester, UK – Manchester Academy
Sat. Jul. 22 – Cambridge, UK – Corn Exchange
Fri. Aug. 18 – Trondheim, Norway – Marinen
Fri. Sep. 01 – Lisbon, Portugal – Parque da Bela Vista
Sat. Sep. 02 – Mijas, Spain – La Cala de Mijas