When is life not a good time when you’re a twentysomething rising star? For the visual to “Good Time,” Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City‘s Adam Young take a quick trip to a cabin in the woods with their other twentysomething friends all looking to have a blast. By day the group rock out in the car while road tripping. Once they’ve arrived they take their slushies to the wilderness to trollop through the pebbles and swamp barefoot. By night they build a campfire and pitch a tent. But not to be confused with a regular weekend in the woods only complete by roasting s’mores (although they do that too!). CRJ and Adam Young have a full-out party, making it a good time to remember.
“Good Time” garnered both of the collaborators their second Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. The fun party song is on both of their upcoming albums, and the two are scheduled to perform on a host of unannounced TV gigs. The “Call Me Maybe” singer was discovered by Justin Bieber similar to the way Usher discovered him–YouTube. As two rising stars, CRJ and Adam Young teaming up for a song that represents the essence of what one’s 20s should be, makes perfect sense.