Double Rainbow: The Song

Autotuned with music by schmoyoho. Like Owl City, but with actual emotions. Previously. [via Waxy]


  1. “Like Owl City, but with actual emotions.”

    Thanks for adding more negativity to the world. I wish the internet had a miserable filter to exclude all the unnecessary criticism. If you don’t like it don’t listen to it.

  2. Shit that’s the funniest thing I have seen on the internet recently. Almost spat my breakfast onto the screen. I love the auto-tuned laughs. Fantastic!

  3. It’s official: People in the 21st century are way funnier than any other in history. The poor guy, though. I hope he can see the humour in all of this.

  4. Not sure I get all the hate toward Owl City these days. You’re talking about a guy who was 20, 21 years old, making music entirely on his own using computers in a home studio in his off-time. Seems pretty Boing-y to me.

    I don’t listen to the radio, is he that omnipresent that it’s to the annoying level?

    1. At the last job I had, the radio was tuned to a station that played Firefly all the time. I find that guy’s voice extremely obnoxious and the inane lyrics make it even less bearable.

    2. Yeah I’m pretty sure when Cory talks about the Copyfight he doesn’t mean ‘musicians who make facsimile versions of other people’s songs and then try to pass them off as their own.’

      Seriously, Owl City’s greatest artistic statement was putting Burj al-Arab Hotel on the cover of his album but I don’t think he got the joke.

  5. this is awesome.

    as are rainbows. rainbows are awesome.

    and some day, when i meet the right rainbow, i will have exactly the same reaction. and i will refrain from filming it and posting it on youtube.

  6. This is awesome. Especially because the consensus around here is that double rainbow guy sounds like he is getting blown in the original.

  7. Instead of unicorn chasers in the future, double rainbows all the way across the sky would be a fine substitute.

  8. Classic!

    Chuck Norris’ irises were full-formed double rainbows at birth.

    There was once a perpetual double rainbow that was so much bigger and more brilliant than any other, that it would have brought peace on Earth. Scientists studied it for months and could not explain how it formed and why it would not go away — it was a gift from the gods. Chuck Norris awoke one morning, and with the bright dessert sun upon him he squinted in the direction of the rainbow, which the rainbow mistook for him being angry; it immediately vanished.

    This should be the theme song for Amor Unicorn Keep!

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