For his forthcoming fourth album The Midsummer Station, Owl City’s Adam Young did something he has never done before: he collaborated with co-producers, co-writers, and other artists. The album is a culmination of crisp, finely-tuned vocals, and explosive pop tunes that will delight the moment they hit.
Nine years after No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls went double-platinum, Canada’s Simple Plan is back with their fourth studio album. With Get Your Heart On!, the band embrace the spirit that ushered five kids from Montreal into worldwide fame nearly a decade ago.
The following were the top songs for the week ending Saturday, March 6: 1. Weezer – (If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To 2. Owl City – Fireflies 3. Paramore – Brick By Boring Brick 4. Boys Like Girls – Two Is Better Than One 5. Green Day – 21 […]
The following were the top songs for the week ending Saturday, Feb. 27: 1. Weezer – (If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To 2. Owl City – Fireflies 3. Paramore – Brick By Boring Brick 4. Muse – Uprising 5. Green Day – 21 Guns 6. Phoenix – 1901 7. […]
Last year, Chris Walla raised eyebrows when he called brooding “Twilight” bloodsucker Edward Cullen “an a–hole.”
Owl City partners with the American Red Cross to raise funds for relief efforts in Haiti. Text OWL to 90999 to give $10 to the Red Cross Relief Efforts in Haiti.