The Jonas Brothers Co-Write Memoir from Three Different Perspectives
On Tuesday, the Jonas Brothers announced that they have written a memoir together. The book, titled Blood, is set to be released later this year, and will feature all three brothers’ points of view about their lives and careers.
The band even shared some excerpts from the upcoming book on social media. Between this and their upcoming tour, fans have a lot to look forward to this year.
Jonas Brothers Announce New Memoir ‘Blood’
According to HarperCollins, Blood will feature alternating perspectives from each of the three band members, as well as sections written by their youngest brother Frankie, who is not in the band. The book will also include over 70 photos, some of them never seen by fans.
“We put so much of ourselves into this memoir and it was so important for us to take the time to make sure our story was told the right way,” the band posted on Twitter. They added that the book “follows the moments and experiences that shaped us, all the different directions our hearts were pulled, and how we found our way back to one another.”
The Band Shared Excerpts from the Book
When announcing the book on social media, the Jonas Brothers shared three excerpts. In the first, Kevin Jonas reflects on when the band got their start in 2006. He shared that their father paid for their travel, but money got tight. Once, the bus driver left the band “in the middle of nowhere” until their dad paid him.
In another excerpt, Joe Jonas describes how it felt when the band first discussed their breakup in 2013, comparing it to a tsunami. In response to Kevin’s talk of a farewell tour, Joe writes, “How could he be cool with this so quickly?! It was all over, and he was trying to market it. This was not okay.”
In the final excerpt, Nick Jonas shares his first memory from back in 1995. He sneaked into the pool during the winter and managed to swim without ever being taught. He writes, “It just came naturally to me.”
Blood is set to be released on November 9, 2021. You can pre-order a copy of the book now. If you’re not convinced yet, Joe has said that he “overshared” in the memoir.