Owl City teams up with Carly Rae Jepsen for 'Good Time' single - video

Owl City's new album 'The Midsummer Station' is out on August 20

Owl City teams up with Carly Rae Jepsen for 'Good Time' single - video

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Owl City has joined forces with 'Call Me Maybe' pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen for a track called 'Good Time', which is set for release on September 10.

Scroll down to watch the video for the song, which is the first single to be taken from Owl City's new album 'The Midsummer Station', which is out on August 20.

Owl City - whose real name is Adam Young - has also announced a UK tour for later this year. The gigs begin at London's HMV Forum on October 25, before moving onto Birmingham's HMV Library on October 26. Young then plays Manchester Academy 3 on October 30 before finally finishing up at Oxford's O2 Academy 2 on October 31.

His new album is also thought to include a track with Blink-182 frontman Mark Hoppus. Young has collaborated with a series of super-producers on the album, including Katy Perry/Kelly Clarkson collaborator Dr Luke and Rihanna/Ne-Yo co-writing team Stargate.



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