The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess is set to tell all about his life as a rock star in an upcoming memoir.
The British singer/songwriter has landed a deal with publishing firm Penguin to write his autobiography, in which he promises to "describe the mad life of a rock star: the dynamics of the band, the creativity, the sex and the drugs but also the rock 'n' roll".
Telling Stories, named after the group's classic 1997 album, will hit bookstores in late April (12).
Burgess has a busy few months ahead of him - he's preparing for the release of his upcoming solo project and he's also launching his own brand of music festival-friendly breakfast cereal, Totes Amazeballs.