Best known because the Strokes’ tempo (and occasional business lead) guitarist, Albert Hammond, Jr., can be the child of vocalist/songwriter Albert Hammond, whose strikes include “It By no means Rains in Southern California,” “When I WANT You,” and “TO ALL OR ANY girls I’ve Loved Before.” Created in LA, Hammond visited the exclusive Swiss boarding college Le Institut le Rosey as an adolescent, where he fulfilled future Strokes vocalist Julian Casablancas. When Hammond relocated to NEW YORK to attend NY University’s film college in the past due ’90s, he reconnected with Casablancas, as well as the Strokes had been created. While Casablancas may be the band’s main songwriter, Hammond co-wrote Space on Fire’s “Auto Stop” and in addition wrote tunes that appeared within the Strokes’ 2001 tour video, In Transit. Hammond revamped and renamed these songs and included them on his single debut recording, Yours to maintain, which presented bassist Josh Lattanzi and drummer Matt Romano as his primary support. A bunch of indie superstars, including Casablancas, Sean Lennon, Ben Kweller, Fountains of Wayne’s Jody Porter, as well as the Strokes’ supervisor, Ryan Gentles, also made an appearance on the recording, that was released on Tough Trade in fall 2006 within the U.K. and early in 2007 on New Collection within the U.S. Bassist Marc Philippe Eskenazi became a member of Hammond’s music group for 2008’s ¿Como Te Llama?, that was released worldwide that summer season. A 2009 stint in rehab as well as the Strokes’ reunion — which created two albums, 2011’s Perspectives and 2013’s Comedown Machine — designed that it required a couple of years before Hammond came back to his single profession. The 2013 EP AHJ presented a few of his most concentrated performing and songwriting, and premiered by Casablancas’ Cult Information label. The next year, Hammond started focusing on his third solo recording. He reunited with Strokes collaborator Gus Osberg in addition to his backing music group — guitarists Mikey Hart and Hammarsing Kharhmar, bassist Jordan Brooks, and drummer Jeremy Gustin — for Momentary Experts, which found its way to July 2015.