Elvis Costello will become the newest musician to release a memoir.
The artist will publish a book titled “Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink” this October through publisher Penguin, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The book will be “his story, written himself, rich with anecdotes about family and fellow musicians, introspective about the creation of his famous songs” and will include discussions of “instances of bad behavior,” according to Penguin.
Costello released his first album, titled “My Name Is True,” in 1977 and has been nominated for various Grammy Awards. He released the album “National Ransom” in 2010 and worked with the Roots for the 2013 work “Wise Up Ghost.”