Jon Bon Jovi, the founder, and frontman of Grammy Award-winning band Bon Jovi shared a post on his official Instagram page about the band’s brand new album,2020, which will be out tomorrow, and protected himself from the possibility of the criticism he’ll get from holding a CD of the album.

Bon Jovi‘s latest album was released in 2016, the album’s name was This House Is Not For Sale. It is the band’s first studio album with Phil X on the lead guitar after replacing founding member Richie Sambora. The album also debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.

After 4 years of break, Jon Bon Jovi finally shared a post on his official Instagram page about a new album named 2020 that will be out tomorrow. He shared a video to announce this exciting news, and while explaining and thanking the crew for their hard work, Jovi was holding a CD of the album in his hands. Seeing that criticism will come from the fans since the album will be available to stream, not in a CD format, Jovi wanted from fans to give him a break.

Here is what Bon Jovi said about the album and criticism:

2020 album is out TOMORROW (Yes, I know I’m holding the CD but it will be available to stream… Give me a break) Hope you enjoy it.”

Fans were excited about the upcoming album and commented on the post. Jovi‘s worries were in vain since fans mostly focused on the new release, also wanted to buy the 2020 album as soon as possible and get to listen to the brand new songs.

You can see the Instagram post below.