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In case you haven’t heard the news, there will be a brand-spankin’-new Owl City album coming this summer. Making this album was a surreal experience, getting to work with such amazing people and sharing so many inspiring ideas.
One of the people I worked with is a childhood hero of mine, Mark Hoppus from Blink-182. The song we worked on together, “Dementia,” made its way onto the interwebs earlier this week much to my (and my record label’s) surprise. But after seeing all the positive feedback, I couldn’t help but get excited for all that lies ahead this year.
To kick things off, please join me at OwlCityMusic.com tomorrow (Friday) at 6pm EST, where I will be hosting a Livestream to talk a bit more about my new album. For a peak behind the scenes you can also check out the “Making of Dementia” video.
I seriously can’t wait to share this music with you all. Thank you for all of your continued support. It’s going to be a great summer!
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