Owl City performed in St. Louis on May 15 as part of the Yahoo! On the Road tour.
Owl City first achieved worldwide success with his platinum selling major label debut Ocean Eyes (July 2009, Universal Republic). The Album spawned the quadruple-platinum first single "Fireflies" -- a No. 1 smash hit in 26 countries including the U.S. where it hit the top spot twice, and sold more than 12 million downloads worldwide.
For his third album, The Midsummer Station, Owl City's Adam Young took a bold step forward and chose to work with co-writers and outside producers for the first time. He's joined by Canadian pop sensation Carly Rae Jepsen on the incredibly infectious and successful lead single "Good Time," which has been certified double-platinum in the U.S. It was followed in late November 2012 by the second single from the new album Shooting Star, co-written by Young, Stargate, and Matthew Thiessen.
Young's original composition "When Can I See You Again?" was featured in Disney Animation's hit film, "Wreck-It Ralph," and "Shine Your Way" (which he produced and performed) is featured in Dreamworks Animation's new film, "The Croods." Owl City finished a world headlining tour in support of The Midsummer Station in 2012 and was supporting Maroon 5 in North America in early 2013.
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