Among the many, many projects the Jonas brothers have taken up and released this year, add a book to the list. A memoir titled 'Blood' is about to document the musical trio's journey through the industry.
It will hit the stands November 12 and is said to detail the origins of their band, how they soared to stardom, the not so pleasant truths about their past breakups, and also their recent comeback. The Grammy-nominated trio, Nick, Joe and Kevin, signed a book deal with Macmillan imprint Feiwel and Friends, as announced Tuesday, May 28.
Author of 'The Dirt', Neil Strauss, is on board to co-write the memoir alongside the three brothers. "We're three brothers from New Jersey, and we were not supposed to be successful," said Joe Jonas in a statement. "From record labels dropping us to our dad losing his job over us, this shouldn't have happened or lasted as long as it did. Yet here we are, more excited than ever, and we're so grateful and ready to tell the full story of the journey we've had as individuals, as artists, and as family."
Jon Yaged, president and publisher of MCPG, acquired the World English rights for the upcoming book, which will be published in the United States by Jean Feiwel, publisher of Feiwel and Friends. "The Jonas Brothers are bigger than ever, and we are delighted to help Joe, Kevin and Nick reveal the personal, behind the scenes stories everyone is waiting to read," Yaged said.
Taking to their official Instagram, the Jonas Brothers shared a photo of the upcoming memoir's cover, which is a subtle chic tone of all black and white, with the three of them smiling without staring directly at the camera. "For those of you who have been with us since the beginning... #BLOOD is our family’s story and we can’t wait to share it with you," read the caption alongside the photo.
After releasing their epic comeback single 'Sucker' in February, the band's new album, 'Chasing Happiness,' is set to release June 7. The three of them also set to embark on a North American tour, scheduled to kick off in Miami August 7.