Watch the Official Music Video for Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Good Time”

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After completing a headlining promotional tour in anticipation of his forthcoming album The Midsummer Station (out August 21st via Republic Records) and a debut on Billboard’s Hot 100 at #18, Owl City is excited to release the official music video for his summer smash “Good Time,” a duet with pop princess Carly Rae Jepsen, today, July 24th.
Good Time Premieres on MTV and VEVO Today – Watch the video now!

“After each artist’s debut entry topped the Billboard Hot 100, Adam Young’s electronica project Owl City and pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen have now netted their second top 20 hit — with the same song.”

Read Billboard’s full story on how the “Good Time” Collaboration Came to Be!

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“Wait, what did you say? We couldn’t hear you with our face pressed up against the speakers.”

Entertainment Weekly features “Good Time” in their Midsummer Playlist – on Newsstands now!

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“After seeing Owl City live at the Varsity on Friday night, I’m here to tell you that the hipster-hatred spewed at this musical project just isn’t going to cut it anymore. At the very least, its detractors are going to have to get more creative, because Adam Young is growing up and taking his music with him.”

Minneapolis’ The Current tells skeptics why Owl City’s live show demands your attention – and an open mind. Read more here!

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After selling out every city that he headlined on his July run through the states, Owl City recently announced a full world tour in support of The Midsummer Station. This tour will take him through 4 continents in 2 months. See all confirmed dates below.

09.5.12 – Nashville, TN @ Cannery
09.6.12 – Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage
09.7.12 – Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theatre
09.8.12 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
09.10.12 – Washington DC @ 9:30 Club
09.11.12 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
09.13.12 – Boston, MA @ Paradise
09.14.12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
09.15.12 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Hall
09.16.12 – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
09.18.12 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues
09.19.12 – Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
09.20.12 – Austin, TX @ La Zona Rosa
09.22.12 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
09.26.12 – San Francisco, CA @ Regency
09.28.12 – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
09.29.12 – Seattle, WA @ Neptune
10.01.12 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot
10.02.12 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
10.04.12 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
10.05.12 – Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont
10.06.12 – Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
10.07.12 – Detroit, MI @ Crofoot
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10.18.12 – Paris, France @ Trabendo
10.19.12 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Mascotte
10.21.12 – Munich, Germany @ Hansa 39
10.22.12 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Batschkapp
10.23.12 – Hamburg, Germany @ Knust
10.25.12 – London, UK @ Forum
10.26.12 – Birmingham, UK @ Library/HMV Institute
10.27.12 – Dublin, Ireland @ Whelans
10.28.12 – Glasgow, UK @ Garage
10.30.12 – Manchester, UK @ Academy 3
10.31.12 – Oxford, UK @ Academy 2
11.02.12 – Gent, Belgium @ Vooruit
11.03.12 – Amsterdam, Holland @ Melkweg
11.07.12 – Osaka, Japan @ Big Cat
11.08.12 – Tokyo, Japan @ Shibuya Ax
11.12.12 – Taipei, Taiwan @ Legacy
11.14.12 – Jakarta, Indonesia @ Tennis Indoor Senayan
11.16.12 – Auckland, NZ @ Powerstation
11.18.12 – Melbourne, Australia @ Corner Hotel
11.20.12 – Sydney, Australia @ The Metro


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