‘Throughout the LP, the duo effortlessly explores the ways in which personal and global events can knock us down. Despite brief feelings of defeat, we always triumph over the negative.
Altogether, Adams & Costello provide us with relatable life situations that make the LP a visceral and vital experience. Some of which include loss, heartache & societal issues such as homelessness, gun violence, and many more.’
‘The album navigates the ways in which the world may knock us down, consisting of lush sonic landscapes of blues, Americana, and folk, that provide a feeling of catharsis amidst the world’s terrors’
- Skope Magazine
‘In a time where many issues seem to be regressing rather than progressing, "Worry About You" acts as an earnest hymn…
Containing an impeccable twang of exuberant guitar riffs and a laidback drum groove, the track is further ornamented by Michael Costello's rich and husky vocals. Decadently laced background vocals are accredited to the duo's other half, Julie Adams’
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“Two striking things about the song are the vocalist's powerful and deep voice and the incredible guitar solos that give the song its tone and personality.”
"Adams and Costello’s album You Better Believe It, is a luscious treat that satisfies from start to finish. From their lively anthem Invincible to Adams’s sensually raw vocals on Wild Baby to Costello’s deep velvety singing on I Know a Woman, the whole album is one long love letter to life, love and music over the backdrop of an acoustic guitar."
KMUN Music Programmer
"Occasionally that bright star appears on the horizon and in this instance it’s the team of Adams and Costello. Their insightful and keen weaving of the lyric into some great guitar playing captures your interest and embeds their message in a manner not to be missed. From Michael’s “Where’d the Money Go” to Julie’s “Trouble” their songwriting is captivating and definitive."
Music Event Organizer
House Concert Host
"Yes this great duo will be in the Wine Bar Friday night. Julie and Mike always put on a great show. Michael coming from the Boston area knows the St. Patrick's day craziness that happens on the Irish High Holy Day!!
Here's two Irish quotes I really love: “It is often that a person’s mouth broke his nose.” and the other is “It is often that a person’s mouth broke his nose.”