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Owl City Debuts Music Video for “Alligator Sky” on www.owlcitymusic.com

All Things Bright and Beautiful – out June 14th on Universal Republic




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NEWS SOURCE: Stunt Co.
May 6, 2011

New York, NY - Nearly one month from the release of his highly anticipated new album All Things Bright and Beautiful, Owl City is releasing the new galactic mission themed music video for “Alligator Sky.” The music video is debuting on Owl City’s website today, www.owlcitymusic.com.

“Alligator Sky,” features Los Angeles rapper Shawn Chrystopher. “’Alligator’ and ‘sky’ are two words that don’t really go together, but conjure up an image, which fits the idea of the song,” and as Adam Young explains, is not your everyday song title. “It’s about how there are so many weird things coming at you every day. Why not just meet them head on and take charge even though you have no say over what’s going to happen? You and those around you are what matter most.”

All Things Bright and Beautiful is due out on June 14th on Universal Republic and is the follow-up full-length studio album to Owl City’s platinum-selling debut Ocean Eyes. Released in July 2009, Ocean Eyes was certified platinum in just eight short months and earned Owl City a slew of critical acclaim (New York Times, Rolling Stone, People, Entertainment Weekly, USA Today, etc.). Ocean Eyes’ sales were led by the runaway single “Fireflies” which is currently quadruple platinum in the US. “Fireflies” hit #1 on the Hot 100 twice and found its’ way to the #1 spot in 24 countries around the world.

In support of the new album – All Things Bright and Beautiful – Owl City will be kicking off a headlining tour of the World in North America on June 13th at the historic Ryman Auditorium – confirmed dates below. For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.owlcitymusic.com.

Owl City
June
13th Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
14th Tabernacle Atlanta, GA
16th House of Blues Orlando, FL
17th Fillmore Charlotte. NC
18th Pier Six Baltimore, MD
20th Olympia Montreal, QC
21st Kool Haus Toronto, QC
23rd Roseland Ballroom New York, NY
25th The Mann Philadelphia, PA
26th House of Blues Boston, MA
28th Egyptian Room Indianapolis, IN
29th Fillmore Detroit, MI
30th Summerfest Milwaukee, WI

July
1st LC Pavilion Columbus, OH
2nd Creation East Mount Union, PA
11th Uptown Theatre Kansas City, MO
12th Fillmore Denver, CO
13th MacKay Event Center Salt Lake City, UT
15th Paramount Theatre Seattle, WA
16th The Center Vancouver, BC
17th Roseland Ballroom Portland, OR
19th Warfield Theatre San Francisco, CA
21st Club Nokia Los Angeles, CA
23rd Fox Theatre Pomona, CA
25th Verizon Theatre Houston, TX
26th Verizon Theatre Dallas, TX
27th ACL Live Austin, TX
29th Aragon Ballroom Chicago, IL
30th Roy Wilkins Auditorium Minneapolis, MN

Aug.
12th Auckland Town Hall Auckland, NZ
15th The Tivoli Brisbane, AU
16th Metro Theatre Sydney, AU
17th Billboard The Venue Melbourne, AU
18th Billboard The Venue Melbourne, AU

Sep.
5th The Academy Dublin, IE
7th ABC Glasgow, UK
8th Manchester Academy Manchester, UK
10th Shepherd’s Bush Empire London, UK
12th Leeds Academy Leeds, UK
13th Birmingham Academy Birmingham, UK
15th O13 Tilburg, NL
16th Ancienne Belgique Brussels, BE
17th Bataclan Paris, FR
19th Ramdall Madrid, ES
20th Campo Pequeno Lisbon, PT
22nd Apolo 2 Barcelona, ES
24th Milano Magazzini Generali Milan, IT
26th Abart Zurich, CH
27th Theatrefabrik Munich, DE
28th Arena Vienna Vienna, AT
30th Postbahnhof Berlin, DE

Oct.
1st Gloria Cologne, DE
2nd Gruenspan Hamburg, DE
4th Vega Copenhagen, DK
5th Berns Stockholm, SE
20th Big Cat Osaka, JP
21st Club Quattro Nagoya, JP
22nd Stellar Ball Tokyo, JP
24th AX Hall Seoul, KR
26th Trinoma Hall Manila, Philippines
28th Tennis Indoor Senayan Jakarta, ID

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