The Jonas Brothers have announced they are releasing a memoir, Blood via Harper Collins. The book will be released in November, and is the first time the brothers have shared their story.
We thought we’d tell you everything you need to know about the book.
The book which has been written by Joe, Kevin and Nick with the help of Rolling Stones journalist Neil Strauss, will see the band discuss their lives for the first time from the Disney days to their split in 2013 and reunion in 2019.
“This book is intense! I think I overshared.” —Joe Jonas
“We all did. That’s what memoirs are about. Telling your truth.” —Kevin Jonas
“But what if your truth is different than mine…?” —Nick Jonas
Since their formation in 2005, the Jonas Brothers have been critically adored and commercially celebrated—with over 22 million album sales, sold-out stadium tours, major film appearances, and seven performances at the White House. But behind the scenes, things weren’t always as they seemed. Now, for the first time, Kevin, Joe and Nick will share their complete story, from their Disney days through their contentious breakup and explosive reunion.
Alternating between the perspectives of each brother (with occasional interludes from their youngest sibling, Frankie), Blood is an epic narrative of the Jonas journey as each of them remembers it. In turns funny, irreverent, and eye-opening, it’s an unencumbered look at the ranks of fame and stardom, and a story of learning to find individuality within the blood ties of band and family. With over 70 photos—some exclusive and never-before-seen—Blood is a deeply personal portrait of one family’s survival in the high-stakes world of pop music as well as a feat of brother-to-brother storytelling.
Blood will be available internationally from November 2021. You can pre-order your copy now, here!