Allyson Burnett had filed a lawsuit against Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City's hit song "Good Time" -- the lawsuit was dropped last week. Along with that TMZ is reporting Owl City made over a half-million in royalties on that song. (We reached out to Ally and she declined to comment on the situation. - Thomas Nassiff)
Today, attorneys for Owl City -- real name Adam Young -- filed a proposal in Federal Court that would award him $525,901.77 in disputed ASCAP royalties for the song.
9to5Mac is reporting that Owl City was behind many of the new iOS 7 ringtones. Kinda feel like they should have gone for Ben Gibbard and left Owl City to Samsung ... but what can you do?
According to his discography page, Owl City founder and singer Adam Young is the creator of iOS 7′s sounds. While the visual design changes are most evident in the new operating system, another noticeable change is how most of the regular sounds are revamped and a slew of new ring and text tones are included.
01) Britney Spears - Ooh La La
02) G.R.L. - Vacation
03) Becky G - Magik 2.0
04) Owl City - Live It Up
05) Sophia Black - Everything Breaks
06) Cady Groves - Forget You
07) Kiana Brown - Hey Chica
08) Nelly Furtado - High Life
09) Buckwheat Zydeco - Tutti Frutti
10) Right Said Fred - I'm Too Smurfy
Owl City recently wrote a little ditty about Oreo's and is being featured on the cookie and creme company's latest commercials. You can check it out "The Wonderfilled Anthem" in the replies. If you can't get the song out of your head, you can download it for free here.
You can check out part two of PureVolume's video interview with Owl Cityhere. In this segment, Adam Young talks about what it was like to work with Carly Rae Jepsen and Mark Hoppus on his new album The Midsummer Station, which is in stores today.
Owl City is gearing up to release his new full-length, The Midsummer Station, on August 21st via Universal Republic. Today we're bringing you an exclusive track off the record entitled "Embers." You can stream the song in the replies and pre-order the album on iTunes here.
Owl City aims for mass appeal with his forthcoming The Midsummer Station (as if that collaboration with Carly Rae Jepsen left things unclear). The bedroom pop wizard sat down with PureVolume to discuss how he went about making an "accessible" album that will overcome his "quirky stigma". He also details his work with Relient K's Matt Thiessen and more.
Owl City's new album, The Midsummer Station, can be pre-ordered on iTunes here.
01) Dreams and Disasters
02) Shooting Star
04) Dementia (feat. Mark Hoppus)
05) I'm Coming After You
06) Speed of Love
07) Good Time (feat. Carly Rae Jepsen)
11) Take It All Away
12) Bombshell Blonde
In his most recent blog, Owl City stated that his new record will be released in August. He also said it's going to be very different than his previous stuff focusing more on his influence from European trance.