Former Van Halen frontman, current The Circle lead vocalist Sammy Hagar shared a post on his official Twitter page announcing the release date of The Circle‘s brand new album named ‘Lockdown 2020’ in addition to releasing a song from the album named ‘Heroes.’

As many of you might know, The Circle has been performing in ‘Lockdown Sessions’ which started back in March when the coronavirus pandemic started to take off. The successful sessions included band members to cover legendary songs like The Who‘s ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again,’ Bob Marley‘s ‘Three Little Birds,’ AC/DC‘s ‘Whole Lotta Rosie,’ and many more.

The ‘Lockdown Sessions’ has been so successful among fans that The Circle has announced the release of their popular sessions as an album collection with the name of ‘Lockdown 2020’ nearly a month ago.

Recently, Sammy Hagar shared a post on his official Twitter page announcing the release date of the album in addition to releasing their cover of ‘Heroes’ by David Bowie, apparently, ‘Lockdown 2020’ will be available on January 8 and now is ready for pre-order for the fans.

Here is what Hagar said in his recent tweet:

“Lockdown 2020 from Sammy & The Circle is coming on January 8!”

The brand new album consists of 11 songs which were the highlights during ‘Lockdown Sessions’ and the tracking list consists of songs like ‘Right Now‘ and ‘Don’t Tell Me What Love Can Do‘ by Van Halen, ‘For What It’s Worth’ by Buffalo Springfield, and ‘Keep A-Knockin’ by Little Richard.

You can see the Twitter post and listen to ‘Heroes’ below.