According to the duo, struggling with “exhaustion and defeat” and ready to give up for the night, Adam opened a bottle of vodka and poured himself a drink, resulting in the inspiration for the Hard Rock song.
The beginning of the Austin, TX-based duo started in 2020 when their single “Heartbreak Kid” attracted the attention of Las Vegas-based indie label, Handwritten Records. After signing with Handwritten Records the band went on to release a string of singles leading up to the release of their debut album American Drip Pt. I (ADP1).
Rock band The Killers gave ADP1’s single “The More I Grow Up” a nod, shouting out the track on their social media. Support from The Killers’ fan base led to arena opening slots for Me Nd Adam in Dallas and Austin. This culminated with a direct support slot for The Killers’ 2022 New Year’s Eve party at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.
The band’s influences range from Willie Nelson to Meek Mill, Jason Isbell to Blink-182. Coming off their largest national tour yet, spanning 23 cities, Me Nd Adam is currently releasing singles leading up to their sophomore album, American Drip Pt. II, due out July 2023.