OWL CITY – THE MIDSUMMER STATION

Over the past few weeks I’ve revealed bits and pieces about my upcoming album during the #OCTMS Twitter Q&A sessions (tune in next Thursday, June 7 at 7pm EST to be a part of the action!).  I know not everyone has been able to attend so before I go any further I wanted to make sure you have all the details.


I am excited to tell you that my new album, The Midsummer Station, will be available everywhere on August 14, and available in the UK on September 17.  Special thanks to those of you who helped unlock the album art this past week.  If you still haven’t seen it, check it out below.  There are still a few news items I’ve got up my sleeves (like maybe some more tour dates this fall? or a new song featuring one of my favorite new artists?) so stay tuned.

The Midsummer Station

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