Katie Costello ‘Twice the Love’ album review

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New York City based pop star, Katie Costello, released her new full-length album, Twice the Love, on Friday.

Costello’s new album is sure to win you over. If you’re looking for an album with an eccentric sound, Twice the Love is what you’re looking for.

Costello’s voice is the perfect fit for the pop melodies and rhythms she uses throughout the album. Each song contains compassion, hope and a sound that will keep you hanging on for more.

The album features 11 original songs, including New World and A Beautiful Mystery from her New World EP.

Costello describes the album by saying, “My third album Twice the Love is unlike anything I’ve made before in that each song was written and recorded in a different city with a different creative collaborator. I learned to let go making this album and my wish is that those who listen to it will feel open-hearted, alive, and free spirited in their journey to follow their dreams.”

While we recommend you listen to the album in it’s entirety, we’re awfully fond of the tracks; New York Graffiti and Silver & Gold. Both songs have an upbeat, catchy sound that is sure to have you dancing along.


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Costello discovered her love for music at an early age, as she began writing songs as young as 13-years-old. Soon enough she began performing her music around Los Angeles, and at 17-years-old she released her first album. Costello is also the co-founder of REBEL POP Records.

To learn more about Katie Costello, check her out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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