Suki Waterhouse has finished working on her debut album, which she plans to release next year.

Suki Waterhouse is all set to take on the world. The British actress will play Karen Sirko, a keyboardist, in Amazon’s new TV series Daisy Jones & the Six, which is based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s critically acclaimed novel of the same name.

Suki Waterhouse has finished   all set to take on the world. The British actress will play Karen Sirko, a keyboardist, in Amazon's new TV series Daisy Jones

“I’m delighted! We’ll be back in a few days. We never went on set, but there was a long practice period,” Waterhouse, 29, tells Us Weekly exclusively. “We’re all studying these instruments and learning how to play these songs as if we’re going to perform them as a group.” Some of us have been playing instruments for a long time, while others haven’t. I had to learn how to play the piano from scratch. So, in a strange way, we’ve been fortunate to get an extra year of rehearsal [because of the epidemic]. We’ve been able to maintain contact with our coaches while continuing to learn.”

Daisy Jones & the Six is a fictional account of a 1970s rock band’s rise and demise. Riley Keogh, Sam Claflin, Will Harrison, and Josh Whitehouse will join the model in the musical drama, which is produced by Amazon Studios and Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine.

“Karen is the coolest person I’ve ever met. I also like how she has a Joan Jett sense to her. She is going through a lot of internal turmoil. She is adamant about not having a family. And those things are perfectly appropriate to say now, but you’d be up against it and fighting against society even more in that time period,” Waterhouse told Us. “We conducted some fits, and I was giddy with delight. Extremely ecstatic. I’m confident she’ll look amazing in her outfits.”

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