Owl City Releases Official Music Video for Shooting Star


Late last week, Owl City unleashed the music video for “Shooting Star,” the second single off of his latest studio album The Midsummer Station, available now via Republic Records. “Shooting Star” has garnered nearly 2 million views in less than 5 days, and is the follow up to his duet with Carly Rae Jepsen, “Good Time” which is nearing double platinum status. “Shooting Star” is set to impact radio in the US in early 2013.


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In addition to “Shooting Star,” Owl City also released the official music video for “When Can I See You Again,” the end title track for Disney/Pixar’s forthcoming release Wreck-It Ralph, which is in theaters this Friday, November 2nd. Watch the video by clicking below!


Click here to check out a behind the scenes look at the filming of the video fromUSA Today!
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Last Monday, Owl City announced that he will be touring as support for Maroon 5 alongside Neon Trees for a full North American run beginning in February 2013. Before the year ends, you can catch Owl City at many of the nation’s largest radio holiday events. See below for all confirmed dates!

Holiday Radio Events

12/03/12 KIISFM Jingle Ball in Los Angeles, CA
12/04/12 KDWB Jingle Ball in Minneapolis, MN
12/10/12 WKSE Kissmas Bash in Buffalo, NY
12/12/12 WWPW Jingle Ball in Atlanta, GA
12/14/12 NOW! Triple Ho Show 3.0 in San Jose, CA
12/16/12 KBKS Jingle Ball in Seattle, WA

In Support of Maroon 5 w/ Neon Trees

02/13/12 Schottenstein Center in Columbus, OH
02/14/13 Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit, MI
02/16/13 Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
02/17/13 Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, NH
02/19/13 Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON
02/20/13 Bell Centre in Montreal, QC
02/22/13 Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT
02/23/13 Izod Center in East Rutherford, NJ
02/25/13 Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, MI
02/27/13 Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO
03/01/13 I Wireless Arena in Moline, IL
03/03/13 Century Link Center in Omaha, NE
03/04/13 Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN
03/07/13 Saddledome in Calgary, AB
03/09/13 Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC
03/11/13 Key Arena in Seattle, WA
03/13/13 HP Pavilion in San Jose, CA
03/15/13 Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA
03/16/13 Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas, NV
03/16/13 Toyota Center in Houston, TX
03/21/13 American Airlines Arena in Dallas, TX
03/22/13 BOK Center in Tulsa, OK
03/24/13 Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN
03/26/13 BJCC Arena in Birmingham, AL
03/27/13 Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA
03/29/13 BB&T Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL
03/30/13 Amway Center in Orlando, FL
04/01/13 Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, FL
04/03/13 Verizon Arena in Washington, DC
04/04/13 Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA
04/06/13 Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL

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