Green Day have collectively co-authored a book titled Last of the American Girls which will set its release for this fall. The project is a collaboration with cartoonist Frank Caruso. It’s full-color and will release on October 29th via Dey Street Books.

The book was named after the band’s 21st Century Breakdown single, “Last of the American Girls.” According to a statement from the publisher, the book is “an inspiring homage and handbook for the rebellious everywoman who refuses to capitulate.” The book is further being billed as a celebration of “true rebel girls” which is a reference to the band’s 2004 American Idiot track, “She’s a Rebel.”

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong told Blunt that the book was originally about his wife. He explains, “Then I started getting into more of my own beliefs — anything from a little book of conspiracies to playing vinyl records or something. It’s sort of about an empowering, sort of subterranean kind of lifestyle, but at the same time there’s a new era coming in with the way we all need to live.”

Last of the American Girls will be the band’s first original project since releasing Revolution Radio in 2016. The year prior, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Fall Out Boy. Green Day have also released a 2017 compilation album titled God’s Favorite Band which featured the singles “Back In the USA” and a new version of “Ordinary World” featuring Miranda Lambert.