Bon Jovi release new single “Unbroken” with proceeds going to Patriotic Service Dog Foundation
Bon Jovi consisting of lead vocalist Jon Bon Jovi, drummer Tico Torres, keyboardist David Bryan, guitarist Phil X and bassist Hugh McDonald have released a new single titled “Unbroken.”
The following message was posted on Bon Jovi‘s Facebook page earlier today:
“Our new song “Unbroken” is out now! This song was written for the film “To Be of Service” about veterans and their service dogs.
All proceeds from your downloads will benefit the Patriotic Service Dog Foundation.”
Back in August 2019, Bon Jovi frontman Jon Bon Jovi warned that the band’s next album would feature more “socially conscious” themes.
Aronson Films‘ website indicates the following about the To Be of Service documentary (with slight edits): “To Be of Service is a feature-length documentary film about war veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) who are paired with a service dog to help them regain their lives. These vets’ experience of returning home is often wrought with depression and a wrenching disconnect from the world they once inhabited. Family, old friends and jobs seem foreign and the newly returned men and women struggle to function and return to a civilian normal. Since Vietnam, the VA has worked to develop treatment programs for vets suffering from PTSD including therapy and medications, but as yet there is no universally effective protocol. The VA has launched a study into the use service dogs for vets with PTSD but their research is scheduled to take years; until it’s proven that service dogs are an effective treatment, the VA will not sanction service dogs as a treatment and no funding will be forthcoming for dogs. But through extraordinary personal effort and scholarship programs, thousands of vets have been paired with trained service dogs and the outcomes have been life changing.”
Bon Jovi‘s trailer for new single “Unbroken”:
Bon Jovi‘s “Unbroken” single: