The triple threat we call the Jonas Brothers are releasing a new memoir. According to Entertainment Weekly, the Jonas Brothers’ book Blood will trace their start, their breakup in 2013, and their subsequent 2019 comeback, and will be co-authored by Neil Strauss, who also co-wrote Mötley Crüe’s The Dirt. Blood will be released on November 12, but preorders are already available. The brothers posted the memoir’s blurry cover on their Instagram and said the book was meant “For those of you who have been with us since the beginning.”
The JoBros have a busy summer ahead. In 2019, they officially reunited and released two summer bangers (including Billboard-charting “Sucker”), announced an album, documentary, and a tour. They recently talked to Billboard about their reunion and how their awful version of a drinking game helped them talk out their personal issues. Their new album Happiness Begins will be out on June 7, and their Amazon Prime documentary (also focused on chronicling their entire lives) will be out June 4. Their tour to promote the new album begins in Miami in August. In a statement to Entertainment Weekly, Joe Jonas said that with all the hardships they faced, the three “were not supposed to be successful,” but “we’re so grateful and ready to tell the full story of the journey we’ve had as individuals, as artists, and as a family.” The only question left is: Will all three of them narrate the future audiobook?