Owl City's Adam Young on Taylor Swift: "She Wouldn't Be a Bad Roommate at All"

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Released late August, Owl City's The Midsummer Station debuted at number 7 on the Billboard Top 200 and the single "Good Times" sold over 1 million copies in its first week out. With catchy dance tunes like "Speed of Love" and collabs with pop rockers like Blink-182's Mark Hoppus, Adam Young, the mastermind behind these beats, brings indie dance pop full force. From Indonesia to France to the Philippines, Young's fan base is expansive and even includes starlets like Taylor Swift.

In anticipation of the September 8 show at Revolution Live, we chatted with Young while he was in Nashville, Tennessee, about The Midsummer Station, and some pretty silly stuff we found on Adam's blog.