Of June
Of June
Official cover for Of June


Extended play

Release date

29/08/2007 (original self-release) 30/03/2010 (re-release)

Total tracks


Total length



Original self-release (2007) Universal Republic re-release (2010)




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"Of June" is the first extended play by Adam Young under the electronic project of Owl City.
It was originally self released on his official Myspace account on August 29, 2007. It was re-released in 2010 by Universal Republic, following the international success of Owl City's second album Ocean Eyes in 2009.

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No. Title Length
1. "Swimming in Miami" 4:55
2. "Captains and Cruise Ships" 3:24
3. "Designer Skyline" 3:28
4. "Panda Bear" 3:08
5. "The Airway" 3:20
6. "Fuzzy Blue Lights" 4:40
7. "Hello Seattle" 2:57
Total length 25:28


All tracks were written, produced and provided vocals by Adam Young.

Reviews and CriticismEdit

The website Allmusic gives the EP a 4 out of 5 star rating:

"Before "Fireflies" became one of the most downloaded tracks in digital history, Adam Young courted listeners on MySpace. Armed with synthesizers, a home recording setup, the vocal timbre of Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard, and a moniker representing his hometown of Owatonna, MN, Young created an alternate world measured not in love and heartbreak but in vivid panoramas of wildlife and landscapes. His lyrics are poetry for a surprising number of souls who, like him, seem to have grown tired of the standard Top 40 fare. Young broke the rules of pop by writing songs not of human emotion but of seahorses, manta rays, and panda bears. And he broke the rules of electronica by using club beats not to push boundaries of innuendo and experimentalism but to clothe wholesome tales in all their glory. The heart of the album is the makeshift tribute "Hello Seattle," but each song has elements of brilliance. Comparisons to the Postal Service fall short; Owl City is more charming, catchy, and lyrical."

Chart PerformanceEdit

"Of June" peaked at #15 on the US Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart.

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  • This is the first extended play to be released by Adam Young under the name Owl City.
  • This is currently the longest EP track and lengthwise, containing a total of 7 tracks and being a total of 25 minutes and 28 seconds long.
  • It is currently unknown as to what the title refers to. It could be referring to an individual named June or the month in the year.
  • This is currently the only EP to have an alternative cover.
Owl City Discography
Owl CityPeopleSwimming with DolphinsPort Blue
Of June (EP) singles
Maybe I'm Dreaming singles
Ocean Eyes singles
Fireflies (lead) ・ Vanilla TwilightHello SeattleUmbrella Beach
All Things Bright and Beautiful singles
Alligator Sky (feat. Shawn Chrystopher) (lead) ・ GalaxiesDeer in the HeadlightsLonely LullabyAngelsDreams Don't Turn to Dust
Shooting Star (EP) singles
Shooting Star
The Midsummer Station singles
Shooting StarGood Time (feat. Carly Rae Jepsen) (lead) ・ Metropolis
The Midsummer Station - Acoustic EP singles
Ultraviolet (EP) singles
Beautiful Times (feat. Lindsey Stirling)
Mobile Orchestra singles
Verge (feat. Aloe Blacc) ・ My EverythingUnbelievable (feat. Hanson)
Non-album tracks
Peppermint Winter
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