Teletubbies release new album with music videos



Get ready to rock and roll with the Teletubbies. Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po have reunited after a long hiatus to release a brand new album full of fun and positive music that is sure to get toddlers and parents dancing everywhere. Of course, the Teletubbies don’t just bring new music to their fans. The quartet also produced a slew of new music videos to help families keep the dance party going.

While the Teletubbies haven’t released an album in over 20 years, it didn’t seem like a better time to release new tracks than during a global pandemic. According to WildBrains, the company behind the Teletubbies, every song on the quartet’s latest album is aimed not only at getting kids dancing, but also spreading positivity, joy and inclusion.

When will the Teletubbies album be released?

Sadly, fans have a few more weeks to wait until Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po release their full reunion album, On your marks, ready? Go! In fact, the Teletubbies’ new album won’t be released until October 15, when fans will be able to search for it on all major music streaming platforms.

Will the Teletubbies post video clips?

But the Teletubbies not only worked hard to record new music, they also produced 10 digital music videos. Two music videos – one for the single “Peek-a-Boo” and one for the title track from the album “Ready, Steady, GO!” – will be shown prior to the album’s release on the official Teletubbies YouTube channel. Following the album’s release, fans can expect new clips to be released every Saturday morning throughout November, WildBrain told Romper.

Can we get a glimpse?

Parents – and kids – who are curious about the Teletubbies’ new sound can get their first taste of two of the tracks on the album. Groove with Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po with this preview of “Ready, Steady, GO!” of the Teletubbies. music video on the band’s official YouTube page. Or have fun previewing a teaser of Teletubbies’ ultra-eye-catching “Peek-a-Boo” track and music video. Both songs – and the accompanying music videos – promise to bring uplifting, positive and fun music for families that even parents will want to dance to.



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