The Strokes’ Albert Hammond Jr. Streams New Solo Album, ‘Momentary Masters’
The Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. is prepping the release of his upcoming third solo album, Momentary Masters. Today (July 24), ahead of the record's July 31 unveiling via Vagrant, the record is now streaming in full, so give it a listen below (via the fine folks at Pitchfork).
The follow-up to 2008's ¿Cómo Te Llama? includes previously released tracks "Born Slippy," "Losing Touch" and "Side Boob." Hammond will play at Lollapalooza in Chicago this August, then will head out on the road in North America and Europe between September and the end of the year. Check out his complete upcoming schedule at his website.
As for Hammond Jr.'s Strokes bandmate, frontman Julian Casablancas, he and the Voidz are prepping for a fall tour that kicks off on Sept. 8 in Pioneertown, Calif., and wraps up on Oct. 22 in Washington, D.C. You can find more details on the tour here.