Bluey top of the ARIA charts

Bluey now has her own album.

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Bluey: The Album has made history by reaching number 1 on the ARIA Album Chart, becoming the first children’s album to take out the top spot.

The weekly ARIA Charts are released each Saturday at 5pm (AEDT) and are the official record of the hottest singles and albums in Australia.

The album, which was released in Australia and the U.S. on 22 January 2021, is currently number 1 on the Australian iTunes album chart and reached number 5 on the U.S. iTunes album chart within days it’s of release.

Bluey’s composer, Joff Bush, composed the album with his music team and the cover artwork is designed by Joe Brumm, the creator of Bluey at Ludo Studio.

The perfect soundtrack fun and play at home or an outdoor adventure, the album features 17 tracks, all original compositions from Series 1 of the animated series.

“I’m a bit blown away. This is really thanks to the Bluey fans, Ludo and the awesome Bluey music team who I get to make magic with every day here in Brisbane,” ’ Bluey composer, Joff Bush said.

The album is available to stream or download from digital platforms, including Amazon, Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube Music.

In a special treat for Australian fans, they can also get their paws on the CD from participating retailers, including Amazon Australia, Big W, JB Hi-Fi and Sanity.

Bluey is a multi-award winning Australian children’s series that has taken Australia by storm and is charming audiences across the globe.

In Australia, Bluey is the most watched series ever on ABC iview, with over 480 million plays across series 1 and 2.

The series has enjoyed critical success, winning an International Emmy Award in the ‘Pre-school’ category in March 2020 and recently winning its second AACTA Award for ‘Best Children’s Program’.

Created by Joe Brumm and made entirely in Brisbane, Australia, Bluey is produced by the multi-Emmy award-winning Ludo Studio for ABC Kids (Australia).

It is co-commissioned by ABC Children’s and BBC Studios, with production support from the Australian Government through Screen Australia, and Queensland Government through Screen Queensland.