eOne announces PJ Masks digital album

Published on: 7th May 2019

Entertainment One’s PJ Masks prepares to fly into the music charts with new digital album launch.

Entertainment One (eOne) has unveiled details of a new digital album launch for its hit pre-school animated property, PJ Masks. The new album, entitled Heroes Forever, will be released in English language only and available globally on digital streaming and download platforms from 31st May 2019.

The new release follows the success of the brand’s first album PJ Masks – Here We Come, which was released in 2017 and has been a big hit with the show’s fanbase; generating 22m streams globally on Spotify alone. More recently, a cast recording album from the live stage show, PJ Masks Live! Time to be a Hero was released in the US in January 2019 to coincide with the show’s third national tour and has already gained over 1.3m streams on Apple Music and Spotify.

Due to popular demand, eOne’s follow up album Heroes Forever delivers eight fresh new tracks including Save the Day, Catboy, Go Go Gekko, and Touch the Sky Owlette that will have pre-schoolers around the world singing and dancing along with their favourite characters from the popular TV series.

eOne’s Rebecca Harvey, EVP global brand management, Family & Brands said: “Music is a core part of PJ Masks’ appeal and we’re excited to be bringing fans a new album that will transport them into the world of their favourite characters both at home and on-the-go. As a business we are wholly committed to working cross divisionally to maximise brand potential and the fan experience. This latest venture with eOne’s music group is an exciting approach and one that we will be developing across the Family portfolio of brands in future.”


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