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Owl City is a one-man synthpop project by Adam Young, from Minnesota. His sound is a mix of pop, electronic and disco influences. He gained an underground following and viral popularity through MySpace, before netting a record deal with Universal Republic and releasing major label debut Ocean Eyes in 2009, which spawned the hit single Fireflies. Two independent releases preceded Ocean Eyes, an EP titled Of June, and an album, Maybe I’m Dreaming. Fireflies was featured as the iTunes Single of the Week in July 2009, giving it the push it needed to propel itself into the mainstream: it reached number one in the UK, US, Ireland, Denmark, Australia, Sweden and the Netherlands. Owl City tickets are proving very popular, with Owl City tours selling out across America and Europe.

Adam Young returns in 2011 with the new album All Things Bright and Beautiful.

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Owl City is an American electropop musical project by Adam Young. Young started out making music in 2007 in his basement in his hometown of Owatonna, Minnesota, United States, later developing a following through his MySpace profile before being signed to Universal Republic. Young has released four albums under the Owl City moniker: “Maybe I’m Drea...
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  • London - Shepherds Bush Empire


    awesome sound!! from hanhtran88, 13/09/11
    DID not expect them to be so good. The drummer was the highlight, creating all the beats. Surprised that there was a violinist as well. I was surprised that the Empire in Shepherds Bush was sold out. I liked the the lighting effects as well. Ive never seen them live, and I thought it was going to be some guy on a piano, but was mistaken, and blown away of the sound and music created.

    The crowd was also pumping as well, jumping and waving their hands, and also singing along to most of the songs. Bad sides: the microphone was too echoey and the set went on for too long. They played their most popular song half way through their set, and within the last half an hour, people started to leave as they were sick of hearing them. All in all, great show and I would definitely see them again if they ever come back to London.