French band Phoenix have announced their new book Phoenix: Liberté, Égalité, Phoenix!
The 248-page book paints their career in their own words, including photography of their instruments, notebooks with lyrics, and more.
Phoenix's book release will coincide with multiple anniversaries for the iconic indie band, including their 30th anniversary since forming in 1989, 20 years since their debut album release in 1999, and the 10 year anniversary of their huge Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix album from 2009.
Last month Phoenix shared a heartfelt message following the passing of collaborator Philippe Zdar, who produced their Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix record. They wrote, "Philippe was legendary. Of course, our music owes so much to him, he who spent hundreds and hundreds of hours lifting us up with the breath of his talent, his enthusiasm and his kindness. But much more, he taught us that you could raise your life, Friendship, Love to the rank of major art. In all these areas he was an absolute genius."