According to Variety, BON JOVI's next studio album will be titled "Bon Jovi: 2020". Jon Bon Jovi revealed the title of the follow-up to 2016's "This House Is Not For Sale" Tuesday night on board the "Runaway To Paradise" cruise.
"It's an election year, so why not?" Jon said. "I couldn't do any worse."
He added: "'This House Is Not For Sale' dealt with personal matters, and now it's behind us. Now I have clear vision moving forward."
Jon said that that the album will feature more "socially conscious" themes, including songs about veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and the recent shootings in Ohio and Texas.
"I'm very happy with it," he said. "It's a different record."
"Bon Jovi: 2020" was reportedly recorded earlier this year at the Ocean Way Nashville Recording Studios in Nashville.
Guitarist/producer John Shanks previously said that he had been writing new material with Jon.
Jon told Russia's TASS back in March that he was working on 23 new song ideas. "It is just a collection of songs but I am very happy with what I have," he said."
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