On Wednesday, March 24th www.OwlCityMusic.com and VEVO are set to premiere the new music video for “Vanilla Twilight” – the second single off his Universal Republic debut – Ocean Eyes.  The awe inspiring video was the creative vision of Owl City’s Adam Young and it was shot in the Historic North Side district of Pittsburgh, PA with the help of Steve Hoover (Director) and Danny Yourd (Producer) of Endeavor Media.

Mr. Hoover and Mr. Yourd run Endeavor Media and have produced and directed over 50 music videos including the one for “Fireflies” – Owl City’s first single and runaway hit.  The song went to #1 in 22 countries around the world and has gone triple platinum since release.  The video topped the charts on VH1, MTV, FUSE and more. 

It seems the new single, “Vanilla Twilight,” is on the same trajectory, being certified gold and steadily climbing the charts around the globe.  In addition, with this incredible new video premiering this week, we’re certain it’ll be another successful single for Owl City.

Owl City will be embarking on their third sold out headlining tour of US since the release of the nearly platinum Ocean Eyes.   Please check Owl City’s website for the most up to date tour dates and information: www.OwlCityMusic.com

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