Apparently I Know Nothing: Albert Hammond Jr. Releases Debut Album on Scratchie Records

So on Friday night, in the midst of falling asleep (I’m old, it happens) in that fancy-pants bar right next to the Luna Lounge‘s new location in Brooklyn, I found out from Ben from the Robbers on High Street that Albert Hammond Jr. is on the same label as they areJames Iha’s New Line imprint, Scratchie Records.

Apparently it was released in the US on March 6th in the US. Apparently I live in a cave.

But please go by Albert’s album. It’s a nice little indie record with some pretty catchy songs.

The ROHS and Albert will be playing the same New Line/ Scratchie showcase at SXSW.
Blender Bar at the Ritz- 320 E. 6th Street, 7pm-2am with Albert Hammond Jr, Robbers on High Street, Midnight Movies, Office, Eugene, and The Sights. Badge/Wristbands only

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Author: laura

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6 thoughts on “Apparently I Know Nothing: Albert Hammond Jr. Releases Debut Album on Scratchie Records”

  1. I saw Albert in concert recently and he was fantastic! Also, I’ve seen ROHS a few times and they’re one of my favorite bands! You’ve got some great taste! 🙂

  2. since they realeased their first album when he was 18, that’s kinda not possible ……………………………….. mid 20s, tops.

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