Bon Jovi fans pumped to see the band on their current 2018 spring tour of North America can whet their appetites with a new music video for “Walls.” The song is the latest single from the newly released expanded edition of their chart-topping 2016 studio album This House Is Not For Sale.
The legendary New Jersey rockers posted the clip on April 1 via their official YouTube channel just ahead of their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which takes place April 14 in Cleveland at Public Auditorium. “Walls” debuted on March 21 via Tidal and is the follow up single to “When We Were Us.”
The 3:54 minute video opens with a shot of a TV screen showing footage of a protest rally with troopers marching to attack the protesters. The video segues to the “Livin' on a Prayer” hitmakers performing “Walls” and moves back and forth footage between the live footage and the protest encounter as frontman Jon Bon Jovi sings, “My mama told me/When I was younger/You better speak up/Don't be a number.”
The expanded version of This House Is Not For Sale features the singles “Walls” and “When We Were Us” and is available here in CD, digital and vinyl formats. Fans can check out the official video for “Walls” above.
Bon Jovi launched their spring tour of North America on March 14 in Denver. The cross-country trek continues with a two-night stand from April 4 – April 5 in Montreal at Bell Centre, followed by a two-night hometown stop April 7 – April 8 in Newark, N.J., at Prudential Center. The current leg is slated to wrap up on May 14 in Washington at Capitol One Arena.