...and you've got 29 days (and counting) to hear it!
This morning, Snail Tales co-founder Chip was live on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire with host Nick Conrad, who asked Chip to share the "music of his life" – tracks that gave Chip inspiration, fond memories, or just a bit of a lift.
Chip and Nick also discussed Chip's life as a storyteller, including the conception of Snail Tales. Chip even revealed one of the songs that he and Amy really enjoyed when they were wandering around London, even before they thought to become storytellers: "Don't Be Anything Less Than Everything You Can Be", from Snoopy: The Musical.
And if you've ever heard one of the ballads Amy and Chip penned together for Snail Tales, listen to that song and you'll quickly see how big an impact Snoopy had on the musical styles of Snail Tales!
You can hear the full interview until 14th November 2016 by clicking here: http://bbc.in/2e5wkiW
Nick Conrad spoke enthusiastically about the role of storytelling in all aspects of art, culture, and life in general. Chip mentioned some of the research Snail Tales has done to prove the power of storytelling in education, while also sharing details of our exciting and upcoming brand new theatre show, The First King of England... in a Dress!
As well as Snoopy, Chip's music selections included Robin Williams singing from Disney's Aladdin, Queen's "One Vision", and Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" – which he dedicated to his cat, Tito.
What songs would you have picked as the music of your life?