|Ocean Eyes||40||27 Apr 2010||$7.99 buy|
|All Things Bright And Beautiful||25||23 Mar 2011||$9.99 buy|
|All Things Bright and Beautiful (Bonus Track Version)||3||16 Jun 2011||$7.99 buy|
|Shooting Star - EP||6||16 May 2012||$4.86 buy|
|The Midsummer Station||1||22 Aug 2012||$9.99 buy|
|The Midsummer Station (Acoustic) - EP||17||31 Jul 2013||$3.99 buy|
|Ultraviolet - EP||5||28 Jun 2014||$4.26 buy|
|Mobile Orchestra||7||11 Jul 2015||$9.99 buy|
|Cinematic||9||01 Jun 2018||$10.99 buy|
|Fireflies||19||01 Sep 2021||$0.69 buy|
|To the Sky||62||03 Sep 2010||$1.29 buy|
|Peppermint Winter||22||24 Nov 2010||$1.29 buy|
|Lonely Lullaby||100||20 Jul 2011||$1.29 buy|
|When Can I See You Again?||56||04 Jan 2013||$1.29 buy|
|Beautiful Times (feat. Lindsey Stirling)||60||09 Apr 2014||$1.29 buy|
Owl City is American electronic/synthpop multi-instrumentalist Adam Young who hails from Owatonna, Minnesota.
Between 2005 and 2009 Young built a solid fanbase on myspace.com, uploading music he had written and recorded in his parent's basement. Young, suffering from insomnia often worked at night. 'Fireflies', the global hit that brought Owl City to the attention of the pop world is "a little song about bugs and not being able to fall asleep at night."
The music of Owly City has often been compared to that of The Postal Service and Daft Punk as well as 1980s synthpop bands The Human League and New Order.