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Without a doubt, Ocean Eyes made itself known as a hard record to top, but he just may have done it.
If I may be honest, I didn't have extremely high hopes for his eventual follow-up.
[Verse 1] I opened my eyes last night and saw you in the low light Walking down by the bay, on the shore Staring up at the stars that aren't there anymore I was feeling the night grow old and you were looking so cold Like an introvert, I drew my over shirt Around my arms and began to shiver violently before You happened to look and see the tunnels all around me Running into the dark underground All the subways around create a great sound To my motion fatigue, farewell, with your ear to a seashell You can hear the waves in underwater caves As if you actually were inside a saltwater room [Chorus: Adam Young & Breanne Duren] Time together isn't ever quite enough When you and I are alone, I've never felt so at home What will it take to make or break this hint of love?
If you’ve turned on your radio, strolled through the grocery store, or strutted your stuff in the mall lately, chances are the over-played song “Fireflies” by Owl City has filled your ears with its bubbly, electronic synthesizers and childlike vocals. Every song is the equivalent to a really fizzy soda: bubbly, sweet, predictable, and a little inorganic. His voice fits this style perfectly: tenor-ish and whimsical. His lyrics aren’t deep, but they are cute and occasionally cheeky.
Owl City has become an insanely popular new artist. In some of his tracks, Adam is accompanied by female vocalist Breanne Düren (who has a self-titled album on i Tunes). Breanne Düren serves as a perfectly lovely accompaniment. Eighty percent of his songs are romantic, but he does not become repetitious.
And as with most budding artists, a decision needs to be made: do we a) “default” and accept him because he is so popular, or b) conform to the non-conformists who choose not to like him because of his popularity? Instead, we should make an informed decision, which I'm going to help you reach with careful analysis. And while Young's not breaking a lot of new ground lyrically, he’s adequate.
Here are some things to consider when deciding how you feel about Owl City: 1. The childlike innocence and simplicity of his lyrics blend with his electronic style nicely.