Good morning, everyone!
I'm writing this on a cool morning underneath a gorgeous viney patio in New Jersey. That's right, I have officially made my way to the east coast - and this is like an exotic land to a kid from Montana.
But that's not relevant right now, because Mobile Orchestra has finally landed on our computers and devices!
Every single song is a beautiful one, showcasing a different part, a different side of Adam. Even the country-themed "Back Home" with Jake Owen is still laced with Owl City's dreamy charm, much like "Honey And The Bee."
"Thunderstruck" is an amazing song to dance to - imagine hearing that one at a concert!! Generally, all the songs have a theme unique to that specific song. And Sarah Russell's voice is gorgeous, like, let's be real.
Now, I'd like to address all of my recent comments at once instead of individually, if you don't mind.
First let me say how much I absolutely love this album, as I know the rest of you do as well. But I'd like to address a common theme that you all are mentioning from the album - "goodbye". I'd like to let you know that I've picked up on it, too, especially in "I Found Love", among others. Many of you are suggesting that this might be Adam's way of telling us goodbye - that he's leaving the project for other endeavors.
But I really don't think that Adam is leaving Owl City. I could be wrong, but Adam is still invested in this project as far as I can tell. Sure the songs project a rather somber, downtrodden message, but he warned us of that, don't forget.
So in summary - I don't think Adam's abandoning Owl City, and I won't think that until he tells us that personally. I just think it's a possibility.
So, with that in mind, what are you still doing here? You should be dancing to Mobile Orchestra on repeat!!!