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See photos from our interview with Albert Hammond Jr.

The Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., back with a new solo LP, visits his old downtown Manhattan haunts

By Andrew Frisicano
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He might live upstate these days (Eldred, NY, to be exact) but Albert Hammond Jr. is plenty familiar with the streets of NYC. As a member of early-aughts-defining rock band the Strokes, he spent years living in lower Manhattan, bumming around the Bowery and the Lower East Side. Now with a new LP, Momentary Masters, his third solo record, Hammond revisted his old stomping grounds for a photo shoot with Time Out New York. You can't go home again, but hey, you can still visit.

Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

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Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

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Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

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Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

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Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

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Time Out | Albert Hammond Jr.
Photograph: Bryan Derballa

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Stepping out from iconic crew The Strokes, Albert Hammond Jr. spends two solo nights at the Bowery airing his breezy, subtly edgy guitar pop, as heard on his impressive latest LP, Momentary Masters.

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