Bon Jovi released a new single called “Unbroken” on the 1st of November. It’s from the documentary titled, “To Be Of Service,” which looks at the relationships between veterans from the Afghanistan, Iraq, and Vietnam wars and their service dogs. After its theatrical release in New York last Friday, the film will be out in theatres in Los Angeles on November 8th, and it’ll be released on Netflix on Veterans Day a few days later on the 11th of November.
The song is also going to be included in his upcoming album, “Bon Jovi: 2020” that is due out in spring. The power ballad is about US soldiers suffering from PTSD, and the impact their service dogs have on their lives.
Bon Jovi said in a statement, “This song is meant to honor America’s veterans and their service, but I also wanted to take an unflinching look at the reality of their daily lives and struggles.”
The singer added, “This song Unbroken I wrote for a film called To Be Of Service. It’s about soldiers returning from war and dealing with PTSD. It’ll also be featured on our forthcoming record, Bon Jovi 2020, which is coming in the spring. Hope you like it.”
All of the proceeds from the song’s downloads will be given to the Patriotic Service Dog Foundation for the next year.
What a great way to help service dogs and honor their sacrifices, which are just as important as those of humans.
You can watch the video below: