Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City throw a rager at a log cabin in their 'Good Time' video.
Remember when Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen (you guys, that's SO not her in that sex tape, by the way!) got together to write and record the catchiest pop song that has ever been crafted? Well, now there's a video for "Good Time," and it's just as feel-good as the song. Not that we're shocked, but the video for Owl City and Carly Rae's collabo is all about being happy, free and pretty
in the summertime. We can get behind that.
Watch Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Good Time" video after the jump.
Though it's sorta jarring to see Owl City's Adam Young out of his bedroom and away from the twinkling lights of the "Fireflies" video, dude is out and about driving down an empty road with the top down. Carly and her pals do the same and eventually, the two cars meet up at a log cabin (fully equipped with its own Slurpee machine!) somewhere in the woods. The gang downs a few Slurpees, and Carly and Adam lead the troupe to a secluded spot in the forest where they have a full-on rager lit only by the light of a bonfire. It's the middle of summer, everyone is attractive, happy and smiling, and nobody anywhere is sweating. Clearly, none of this would ever happen to me, but if it did, I'd say it was a good time for sure.