Owl City Takes the UK by Storm!

Their Album Ocean Eyes is Already Platinum in the U.S. and now it’s Gone Gold in the U.K.!

To Celebrate, Watch Owl City: Live From London on Sunday May 9th and See Owl City’s Rare On Camera Interview On The Sun Now!

The US synth project – fronted by bashful ADAM YOUNG – topped the UK single charts for three weeks with Fireflies, leaving Under Pressure (Ice, Ice Baby) at No.2.

Now due to phenomenal pre-order demand the release of Owl City’s album Ocean Eyes has been brought forward.

To celebrate, The Sun met Adam for a chat about the group’s excellent start to the year.

Watch our exclusive video interview below.

Click here to see the full interview: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showbiz/music/2860549/Owl-City-star-talks-exclusively-to-The-Sun.html

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And don’t forget about Owl City: Live From London on Sunday, May 9th!  From anywhere in the world, Owl City fans will be able to watch the band live on OwlCityMusic.com and Facebook.com/OwlCity when they play a sold out show at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London. Also, the “For Just One Tweet” promo is now live which means fans can visit http://owlcitymusic.com/twitter/ to redeem their free track of “Umbrella Beach (Long Lost Sun Remix)”!

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