‘Bluey’ Expands into Music

The hit preschool show has an album on the way.
License Global

January 14, 2021

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Fans of “Bluey,” the hit preschool series on Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney+, can get ready to dance – with the U.S. release of “Bluey: The Album” from BBC Studios and Demon Music Group on Jan. 22 across all major streaming platforms.

“Music plays an important part of the storytelling in Bluey and beautifully encapsulates the warmth, energy and humor of the series,” says Harriet Newby-Hill, brand director, BBC Studios. “We’re thrilled to bring fans of all ages a collection of songs that captures the joyful and heartfelt spirit of Bluey!”

The first singles “Keepy Uppy,” “Here Come The Grannies” and “Instrument Parade” as well as the “Bluey Theme Tune” and its extended version, are available now to stream and download from Amazon, Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify and YouTube Music.

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