The video for Albert Hammond, Jr.’s ‘Strange Tidings’ premiered on Vevo on January 27th and has already 30,000 views. The new video is the third from his acclaimed ‘AHJ’ EP, out now on Cult Records, and it was shot in Paris with director Laurent Briet during Hammond, Jr.’s recent European tour.
AHJ premiered streaming in its entirety on Rolling Stone, while track “Rude Customer” premiered on BBC Radio 1 as Zane Lowe’s ‘Hottest Record in The World’. Also, Hammond, Jr. recently performed “St. Justice” on the “Late Show with David Letterman”.
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The EP was produced, engineered and mixed by Grammy-winning producer Gus Oberg and recorded at Hammond, Jr.’s two studios, Broome Street in Manhattan and One Way Studios in upstate New York. Hammond, Jr. played all of the instruments on the EP himself, excluding drums on several tracks, which were played by longtime collaborator Matthew Frank Romano. AHJ is out now via Cult Records, on CD and vinyl.