The Beastie Boys have teamed up with frequent collaborator, Spike Jonze, to release a compilation book photos from various monumental moments  the group’s history. The book, called Beastie Boys, will include over 200 shots taken by Jonze   including photos from the shoot for the music video their 1994 song, “Sabotage,” which Jonze directed, as well as from the cover shoot for their 1999 greatest hits album, The Sounds Science. Jonze has written the afterword for the book, and surviving Beastie Boys members Michael “Mike D” Diamond and Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz have contributed text as well.

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In a press release, the group described the project as such: “This book shows the greatest act the hip hop generation in their truest colors as only a close friend could see them. From going on stage at Lollapalooza to writing together at Mike D’s apartment; getting into character for a video to dressing up as old men to hit the basketball court; recording an album in the studio in Los Angeles to going around the streets New York.” 

Beastie Boys will hit stands Rizzoli on March 17th, 2020. This book follows the 2018 release the , written and curated by Mike-D and Ad-Rock. The nearly-600-page “collection photos, interviews, and ephemera” also featured contributions from Jonze, as well. Mike-D and Ad-Rock took the memoir on the road in 2019 for a series “Beastie Boys Story” shows directed by Jonze.