Few artists have dared to movie music movies in New York Metropolis because it was the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic (and as for those that have, effectively, we anticipated it). Bon Jovi crossed the Hudson to New York Metropolis to movie a brand new music video for the band’s pandemic anthem, “Do What You Can,” out August 25. The video options Jon Bon Jovi strolling by a near-empty New York, minimize between clips of important staff and folks adapting to social distancing. “When you can’t do what you do / You do what you can,” he sings within the refrain, between extra particular references to PPE, fevers, hospitals, and canceled occasions. Then comes one final on-the-nose message:
Though I’ll hold my social distance,
What this world wants is a hug.
Till we discover the vaccination,
There’s no substitute for love.
It’s not the primary time our Backyard State mates have supplied a bit pandemic motivation after acting at a New Jersey profit in April. “Do What You Can” seems on Bon Jovi’s album Bon Jovi: 2020, out October 2.