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24 July 2012, 14:58 | Updated: 24 July 2012, 15:10
The 'Call Me Maybe' star has unveiled her team-up music video with singer-songwriter Owl City.
Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City enjoy a getaway vacation with friends in the summery music video for their team-up single 'Good Time'.
The Canadian star and 'Fireflies' singer-songwriter Owl City, who's real name is Adam Young, recorded their joint single earlier this year and have just unveiled the music video for their summer themed collaboration.
The video sees 26 year-old Carly escaping from the busy atmosphere of New York City for a camping trip with friends, as she meets up with Adam and a group of people to enjoy slush puppies and toasting marshmallows by the campfire.
'Good Time' is set to feature on Owl City's new album 'The Midsummer Station', while it is also expected to be included on Carly's highly anticipated album later this year.
Carly found breakthrough success in the music industry earlier this year with 'Call Me Maybe', which his still riding high in charts across the world, and marks her first follow-up to the international smash.
Check out a still from the music video for 'Good Time' below:
The duo filmed the video for 'Good Time' in New York earlier this month, describing each other as "pure joy" to work with on set, and joking about the video shoot on Twitter afterwards.
Carly Rae Jepsen also performed live at the Teen Choice Awards 2012 on Sunday (22nd July) where she picked up two awards for Choice Breakout Artist and Choice Summer Song for 'Call Me Maybe'.