Adam Young,于2007年组建了Owl City乐队。他就是这支流行电子乐队的唯一成员,负责主音、合成器和编曲等工作。09年11月份,Owl City开启了中国巡演,陆续登陆香港、武汉、上海、北京的live house,所到之处现场观众爆棚,反响十分热烈。   住在明尼苏达州的小城镇里,以前曾和朋友组成过多个乐团。来自美国明尼苏达州奥瓦通纳(Owatonna, Minnesota)的大学生,于2007年组建了Owl City乐队。他就是这支流行电子乐队的唯一成员,负责主音、合成器和编曲等工作。随之独立发行的首张EP《Of June》,2008年发行了首张专辑《Maybe I’m Dreaming》,随后在2009年7月14日发行了他们的第二张专辑《Ocean Eyes》。但他的主流厂牌的首张录音室大碟《海洋之眼》(Ocean Eyes)令每个人为之振奋,尤其在金秋,他标志性主打单曲《萤火虫》(Fireflies)飞上了公告牌单曲榜的冠军宝座。音乐风格,他的声音就像少女倾诉心事一样温文细气,但对旋律节奏的掌握却十分到位。专辑以欢快的电子旋律征服了不少听众,像宝石般闪烁明亮。而首张专辑Maybe I'm Dreaming在演绎方面Owl City显然更加投入,从精致的和声到深情的合唱,Owl City的个人魅力也越加凸现。甜蜜的声线清新的电子音乐,这貌似简单的配搭却被Owl City演绎得绚丽多彩,尽管夏日未到但已仿佛感受到那份清爽和惬意。   Owl City只是美国大学生Adam Young一个人搞的乐队。他深受80年代欧洲电子合成器和新浪潮音乐的影响。 Adam Young称自己为一个“害羞的孩子”,他从2007年开始从事音乐行业。在签约环球音乐之后,唱片公司通过广播、网络和电视在内的全方位的媒体支持,将他这种带有快乐催眠力量的歌曲渗透到了全美国人们的日常生活中。Owl City音乐中那对于活泼的电子节奏的神奇混音和丰富的旋律,最初是在他父母的地下室中创作出来的。他在《Fireflies》的MV中再现了这一场景,这首MV描绘的是一个和善的歌手在他理想中的地下室环境中表演他的歌曲。这支MV在Youtube上拥有令人惊讶的超过850万的点击量,在VH-1电视台和其他电视机网络平台上有超高的播放量。从人口仅为22,000的明尼苏达小城走出来的Adam Young,用歌声传达了一种异常简单快乐的情绪,但正是这样的小情绪却牢牢抓住了听众的耳朵和心灵,成为当今纷繁乐坛的一股清新潮流。他管他自己家的地下室叫“山洞”,他在那里制作了专辑中大多数歌曲,包括《Cave In》 《The Saltwater Room》《Umbrella Beach》 《Dental Care》和登上iTunes榜单的《Vanilla Twilight》。   2011年6月14日 发行第五张专辑《All Things Bright and Beautiful》   2010年7月13日 发布新专辑 :《An Airplane Carried Me To Bed》   2011年情人节期间 发表《Enchanted》献给 泰勒·斯威夫特(Taylor Swift)   2011年情人节期间,流行电子乐队Owl City的主创人物亚当·扬发布了一首翻唱自泰勒·斯威夫特(Taylor Swift)的《Enchanted》献给泰勒,并且在自己的网站上发布信息公开向泰勒表达爱意。看来泰勒-斯威夫特自己的“Love Story”在情人节似乎要收获一个幸福甜蜜的结局了。   美国著名乡村歌手泰勒,她曾经在歌曲中诉说过自己陷入困境的感情经历,但这丝毫没有影响她在最新的浪漫情歌《Enchanted》中描述那次她和Owl City的亚当·扬(Adam Young)的一见钟情。   2010年9月为电影《Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole》(猫头鹰王国:守卫者传奇)献唱主题曲To The Sky,会收录在该电影的原声带SoundTrack中。 In Young's final tour dates of 2011, he performed a new song entitled "I Hope You Think of Me". On January 2, 2012, Young wrote an entry on his blog regarding his fourth full-length album. Young said that he would be collaborating with more producers and songwriters, saying that his new record "Marks a flying leap in this direction". Young expected the album to be released around late Summer to Fall 2012. In an interview with Billboard, Young revealed that the new album is around 80–85% complete, and that Dr. Luke, JR Rotem, Norwegian production team Stargate, Brian Kennedy and Emily Wright are involved with the production of the album. He was also unsure whether "I Hope You Think of Me" would make the final track listing.   Young, along with Jewel and Jay Sean, released a song in promotion of the Child Hunger Ends Here campaign by ConAgra Foods entitled "Here's Hope". On April 17, 2012, "Dementia", a song by Young which was intended to be included on his upcoming album leaked onto the internet. The song features additional vocals by Mark Hoppus of Blink-182.   Young announced that a new EP, Shooting Star, was to be released on May 15 and would feature four songs off his upcoming album, so that fans a could get clear taste of what the album would sound like. On May 24, 2012, Young announced on Twitter that Owl City's fourth studio album would be titled The Midsummer Station, and that it would be released on August 14, 2012, worldwide, apart from in the United Kingdom where it would be released on September 17, 2012. On June 21, 2012, Young announced that the release date of the album would be pushed back to August 21, 2012, but the UK release date would remain the same. On July 12, 2012, Young announced via Twitter that the UK release date would be pushed forward to August 20, 2012.   Young announced via Twitter that he would be collaborating with Carly Rae Jepsen on a new song, claiming that it would be released on June 26, 2012. On June 20, 2012, he released the single, "Good Time", via his SoundCloud account. The song was released on iTunes on June 26, 2012. It received generally positive reviews from critics, including Billboard: "It only makes sense that he's joined by Jepsen...on a track that could become a radio staple for the rest of the summer," and Entertainment Weekly: "'Good Time' goes down easier than a frozen margarita at a beachfront tiki bar." "Good Time" was written by Matt Thiessen, Brian Lee and Young himself. The song debuted at No. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 and later peaked at No. 8, becoming he second top 10 in United States.   On August 8, Young announced through his email newsletter that he would be holding a "Release Day Listening Party" on August 21. and would be doing multiple TV performances, including The Today Show on August 22.   On August 18, Young released a small clip of a studio version of "I Hope You Think of Me". The following day, August 19, Young also released two demo songs: "Beautiful Mystery" and "Paper Tigers".   On October 5, the single "When Can I See You Again?", from the Disney film Wreck-It Ralph, was released.   On November 6, the EP Good Time (Remixes) was released, featuring many remixes, including one from Young himself.   In mid-2012, Universal announced that subsidiary Universal Republic Records would be closed down, with the label's entire roster being transferred to Republic Records; as a result, all future Owl City material will be released on Republic Records.   In December 2012, Adam Young released a cover of the Art Garfunkel song "Bright Eyes" from the film Watership Down and released it to his SoundCloud page; he had previously cited Watership Down as one of his favorite books, stating, "Probably the book that is super inspiring is a book called Watership Down by Richard Adams. It's from the late 70s, about talking rabbits, and it's a very grounded-in-reality book. It's not a kids' book, but it has to do with these talking rabbits and their adventure, and there's a lot of metaphors and crazy stuff. And that's always been a very inspiring thing. If ever I'm feeling dry, or going through writer's block or something, I just even leaf through some pages of that book and I'm like 'Whoa, I have to go make music!'"   Owl City did not release a full studio album in 2013, despite such reports. In January 2013, Young stated that his new music would contain more EDM songs than his previous studio efforts. He hoped to record a song for the album with Ellie Goulding and claimed that his new album would be "edgy". Instead of a full-length album, Owl City released The Midsummer Station—Acoustic EP on July 30. The EP contained acoustic versions of the songs "Good Time", "Shooting Star", and "Gold", taken from his latest studio album. The EP also contained two previously unreleased B-side tracks: "Hey Anna" and "I Hope You Think of Me".   In the meantime, Young worked on multiple songs for animated films and television commercials. On March 4, the single "Shine Your Way", featuring Young and Yuna, was released on iTunes from the soundtrack to The Croods. Owl City performed a 90-second jingle for Oreo's "Wonderfilled" commercial in May 2013. In June, it was revealed that Owl City would appear on The Smurfs 2: Music from and Inspired By Soundtrack. The track, called "Live It Up", was released in the soundtrack album. Owl City released the single "Light of Christmas", which featured tobyMac, on October 22. The song was created for the 2013 VeggieTales Christmas movie Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas.   This section needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (August 2016) 2014 saw the release of the single "Beautiful Times", which features violinist Lindsey Stirling and was released on April 8. Young stated that he intended to release a steady "series of EPs" in 2014 rather than one larger recording,though he later considered and then confirmed that he would be releasing a full studio album in 2014. In June, Young announced that the first extended play would be titled Ultraviolet, and it was released on June 27. The day before, the "Beautiful Times" music video also made its debut on Rolling Stone's website.   Owl City appeared on The Art of McCartney tribute album to Paul McCartney, covering the track "Listen to What the Man Said".   On October 7, Owl City uploaded the official audio stream for "Tokyo" featuring singer Sekai no Owari to his official OwlCityVEVO YouTube channel. An official lyric video for another new track, "You're Not Alone" featuring Britt Nicole, was published on the following day.   In December 2014, Owl City released a new single for Christmas: "Kiss Me Babe, It's Christmas Time".   Owl City released a promotional song, "2015", of him singing that he would be releasing a new album. On May 5, a sneak peek of Owl City's then-upcoming song "Verge" featuring Aloe Blacc aired on ESPN's "Draft Academy." The song was released on May 14.   In April Young stated that Owl City would be returning with a new album, later announcing the release of Mobile Orchestra for July 10 of that year with a lead single "Verge".   After the single "Verge" featuring Aloe Blacc, Owl City released his second single called "My Everything" from Mobile Orchestra on June 5, 2015, followed by "Unbelievable" on June 25.   An animated video for "Unbelievable" was also released on June 29, 2015 and features Hanson.   On December 18, 2015, Young announced that he would focus on a new project: each month he would compose and record a score based on a subject of his choice ... something he had wanted to do for a long time. This project was titled "Adam Young Scores". On February 1, 2016, the first score, based on the Apollo 11 mission, was released to Young's Adam Young Scores website. This was followed by 10 additional scores on the first day of each month in 2016, all based on historical events that impacted Young in some way.   On November 24, 2016, Owl City released "Humbug", a new Christmas song along with a video.   On October 30, 2017, Young announced via his social media accounts that he would be releasing an 18-song album, Cinematic, with a release date of June 1, 2018.   He revealed that during the eight months from October to June, three EPs, which he has called Reels, would be released with three songs each. He stated that the inspiration for this album is from "the amazing people he's met and the places that he's seen." The album's first single, "All My Friends", was released on November 3, 2017. On December 1, 2017, Owl City released the first, Reel 1. On January 12, 2018, a song from the album, "Lucid Dream", was released. The second and third Reels were released in early 2018
  Adam Young,于2007年组建了Owl City乐队。他就是这支流行电子乐队的唯一成员,负责主音、合成器和编曲等工作。09年11月份,Owl City开启了中国巡演,陆续登陆香港、武汉、上海、北京的live house,所到之处现场观众爆棚,反响十分热烈。   住在明尼苏达州的小城镇里,以前曾和朋友组成过多个乐团。来自美国明尼苏达州奥瓦通纳(Owatonna, Minnesota)的大学生,于2007年组建了Owl City乐队。他就是这支流行电子乐队的唯一成员,负责主音、合成器和编曲等工作。随之独立发行的首张EP《Of June》,2008年发行了首张专辑《Maybe I’m Dreaming》,随后在2009年7月14日发行了他们的第二张专辑《Ocean Eyes》。但他的主流厂牌的首张录音室大碟《海洋之眼》(Ocean Eyes)令每个人为之振奋,尤其在金秋,他标志性主打单曲《萤火虫》(Fireflies)飞上了公告牌单曲榜的冠军宝座。音乐风格,他的声音就像少女倾诉心事一样温文细气,但对旋律节奏的掌握却十分到位。专辑以欢快的电子旋律征服了不少听众,像宝石般闪烁明亮。而首张专辑Maybe I'm Dreaming在演绎方面Owl City显然更加投入,从精致的和声到深情的合唱,Owl City的个人魅力也越加凸现。甜蜜的声线清新的电子音乐,这貌似简单的配搭却被Owl City演绎得绚丽多彩,尽管夏日未到但已仿佛感受到那份清爽和惬意。   Owl City只是美国大学生Adam Young一个人搞的乐队。他深受80年代欧洲电子合成器和新浪潮音乐的影响。 Adam Young称自己为一个“害羞的孩子”,他从2007年开始从事音乐行业。在签约环球音乐之后,唱片公司通过广播、网络和电视在内的全方位的媒体支持,将他这种带有快乐催眠力量的歌曲渗透到了全美国人们的日常生活中。Owl City音乐中那对于活泼的电子节奏的神奇混音和丰富的旋律,最初是在他父母的地下室中创作出来的。他在《Fireflies》的MV中再现了这一场景,这首MV描绘的是一个和善的歌手在他理想中的地下室环境中表演他的歌曲。这支MV在Youtube上拥有令人惊讶的超过850万的点击量,在VH-1电视台和其他电视机网络平台上有超高的播放量。从人口仅为22,000的明尼苏达小城走出来的Adam Young,用歌声传达了一种异常简单快乐的情绪,但正是这样的小情绪却牢牢抓住了听众的耳朵和心灵,成为当今纷繁乐坛的一股清新潮流。他管他自己家的地下室叫“山洞”,他在那里制作了专辑中大多数歌曲,包括《Cave In》 《The Saltwater Room》《Umbrella Beach》 《Dental Care》和登上iTunes榜单的《Vanilla Twilight》。   2011年6月14日 发行第五张专辑《All Things Bright and Beautiful》   2010年7月13日 发布新专辑 :《An Airplane Carried Me To Bed》   2011年情人节期间 发表《Enchanted》献给 泰勒·斯威夫特(Taylor Swift)   2011年情人节期间,流行电子乐队Owl City的主创人物亚当·扬发布了一首翻唱自泰勒·斯威夫特(Taylor Swift)的《Enchanted》献给泰勒,并且在自己的网站上发布信息公开向泰勒表达爱意。看来泰勒-斯威夫特自己的“Love Story”在情人节似乎要收获一个幸福甜蜜的结局了。   美国著名乡村歌手泰勒,她曾经在歌曲中诉说过自己陷入困境的感情经历,但这丝毫没有影响她在最新的浪漫情歌《Enchanted》中描述那次她和Owl City的亚当·扬(Adam Young)的一见钟情。   2010年9月为电影《Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole》(猫头鹰王国:守卫者传奇)献唱主题曲To The Sky,会收录在该电影的原声带SoundTrack中。 In Young's final tour dates of 2011, he performed a new song entitled "I Hope You Think of Me". On January 2, 2012, Young wrote an entry on his blog regarding his fourth full-length album. Young said that he would be collaborating with more producers and songwriters, saying that his new record "Marks a flying leap in this direction". Young expected the album to be released around late Summer to Fall 2012. In an interview with Billboard, Young revealed that the new album is around 80–85% complete, and that Dr. Luke, JR Rotem, Norwegian production team Stargate, Brian Kennedy and Emily Wright are involved with the production of the album. He was also unsure whether "I Hope You Think of Me" would make the final track listing.   Young, along with Jewel and Jay Sean, released a song in promotion of the Child Hunger Ends Here campaign by ConAgra Foods entitled "Here's Hope". On April 17, 2012, "Dementia", a song by Young which was intended to be included on his upcoming album leaked onto the internet. The song features additional vocals by Mark Hoppus of Blink-182.   Young announced that a new EP, Shooting Star, was to be released on May 15 and would feature four songs off his upcoming album, so that fans a could get clear taste of what the album would sound like. On May 24, 2012, Young announced on Twitter that Owl City's fourth studio album would be titled The Midsummer Station, and that it would be released on August 14, 2012, worldwide, apart from in the United Kingdom where it would be released on September 17, 2012. On June 21, 2012, Young announced that the release date of the album would be pushed back to August 21, 2012, but the UK release date would remain the same. On July 12, 2012, Young announced via Twitter that the UK release date would be pushed forward to August 20, 2012.   Young announced via Twitter that he would be collaborating with Carly Rae Jepsen on a new song, claiming that it would be released on June 26, 2012. On June 20, 2012, he released the single, "Good Time", via his SoundCloud account. The song was released on iTunes on June 26, 2012. It received generally positive reviews from critics, including Billboard: "It only makes sense that he's joined by Jepsen...on a track that could become a radio staple for the rest of the summer," and Entertainment Weekly: "'Good Time' goes down easier than a frozen margarita at a beachfront tiki bar." "Good Time" was written by Matt Thiessen, Brian Lee and Young himself. The song debuted at No. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 and later peaked at No. 8, becoming he second top 10 in United States.   On August 8, Young announced through his email newsletter that he would be holding a "Release Day Listening Party" on August 21. and would be doing multiple TV performances, including The Today Show on August 22.   On August 18, Young released a small clip of a studio version of "I Hope You Think of Me". The following day, August 19, Young also released two demo songs: "Beautiful Mystery" and "Paper Tigers".   On October 5, the single "When Can I See You Again?", from the Disney film Wreck-It Ralph, was released.   On November 6, the EP Good Time (Remixes) was released, featuring many remixes, including one from Young himself.   In mid-2012, Universal announced that subsidiary Universal Republic Records would be closed down, with the label's entire roster being transferred to Republic Records; as a result, all future Owl City material will be released on Republic Records.   In December 2012, Adam Young released a cover of the Art Garfunkel song "Bright Eyes" from the film Watership Down and released it to his SoundCloud page; he had previously cited Watership Down as one of his favorite books, stating, "Probably the book that is super inspiring is a book called Watership Down by Richard Adams. It's from the late 70s, about talking rabbits, and it's a very grounded-in-reality book. It's not a kids' book, but it has to do with these talking rabbits and their adventure, and there's a lot of metaphors and crazy stuff. And that's always been a very inspiring thing. If ever I'm feeling dry, or going through writer's block or something, I just even leaf through some pages of that book and I'm like 'Whoa, I have to go make music!'"   Owl City did not release a full studio album in 2013, despite such reports. In January 2013, Young stated that his new music would contain more EDM songs than his previous studio efforts. He hoped to record a song for the album with Ellie Goulding and claimed that his new album would be "edgy". Instead of a full-length album, Owl City released The Midsummer Station—Acoustic EP on July 30. The EP contained acoustic versions of the songs "Good Time", "Shooting Star", and "Gold", taken from his latest studio album. The EP also contained two previously unreleased B-side tracks: "Hey Anna" and "I Hope You Think of Me".   In the meantime, Young worked on multiple songs for animated films and television commercials. On March 4, the single "Shine Your Way", featuring Young and Yuna, was released on iTunes from the soundtrack to The Croods. Owl City performed a 90-second jingle for Oreo's "Wonderfilled" commercial in May 2013. In June, it was revealed that Owl City would appear on The Smurfs 2: Music from and Inspired By Soundtrack. The track, called "Live It Up", was released in the soundtrack album. Owl City released the single "Light of Christmas", which featured tobyMac, on October 22. The song was created for the 2013 VeggieTales Christmas movie Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas.   This section needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (August 2016) 2014 saw the release of the single "Beautiful Times", which features violinist Lindsey Stirling and was released on April 8. Young stated that he intended to release a steady "series of EPs" in 2014 rather than one larger recording,though he later considered and then confirmed that he would be releasing a full studio album in 2014. In June, Young announced that the first extended play would be titled Ultraviolet, and it was released on June 27. The day before, the "Beautiful Times" music video also made its debut on Rolling Stone's website.   Owl City appeared on The Art of McCartney tribute album to Paul McCartney, covering the track "Listen to What the Man Said".   On October 7, Owl City uploaded the official audio stream for "Tokyo" featuring singer Sekai no Owari to his official OwlCityVEVO YouTube channel. An official lyric video for another new track, "You're Not Alone" featuring Britt Nicole, was published on the following day.   In December 2014, Owl City released a new single for Christmas: "Kiss Me Babe, It's Christmas Time".   Owl City released a promotional song, "2015", of him singing that he would be releasing a new album. On May 5, a sneak peek of Owl City's then-upcoming song "Verge" featuring Aloe Blacc aired on ESPN's "Draft Academy." The song was released on May 14.   In April Young stated that Owl City would be returning with a new album, later announcing the release of Mobile Orchestra for July 10 of that year with a lead single "Verge".   After the single "Verge" featuring Aloe Blacc, Owl City released his second single called "My Everything" from Mobile Orchestra on June 5, 2015, followed by "Unbelievable" on June 25.   An animated video for "Unbelievable" was also released on June 29, 2015 and features Hanson.   On December 18, 2015, Young announced that he would focus on a new project: each month he would compose and record a score based on a subject of his choice ... something he had wanted to do for a long time. This project was titled "Adam Young Scores". On February 1, 2016, the first score, based on the Apollo 11 mission, was released to Young's Adam Young Scores website. This was followed by 10 additional scores on the first day of each month in 2016, all based on historical events that impacted Young in some way.   On November 24, 2016, Owl City released "Humbug", a new Christmas song along with a video.   On October 30, 2017, Young announced via his social media accounts that he would be releasing an 18-song album, Cinematic, with a release date of June 1, 2018.   He revealed that during the eight months from October to June, three EPs, which he has called Reels, would be released with three songs each. He stated that the inspiration for this album is from "the amazing people he's met and the places that he's seen." The album's first single, "All My Friends", was released on November 3, 2017. On December 1, 2017, Owl City released the first, Reel 1. On January 12, 2018, a song from the album, "Lucid Dream", was released. The second and third Reels were released in early 2018
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