The day that Arctic Monkeys fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino has been launched, unleashing 11 completely new and mostly piano-based tracks that offers a completely unexpected sound from what their listeners usually are given from the band known as being prior indie rockers. It's a step in a whole new direction.
The critical reaction's have been mostly positive towards their new music, with plenty of four out of five ratings and some three's, though fans' feeling's are a lot more mixed concerning Alex Turner's newest work, as many of their tweet's demonstrate. In spite of some negativity, a few have hope that haters will be swayed after listening to the tracks multiple times.
Do people still want the arctic monkeys to sing about getting into fights around Sheffield when they are 30
— Louis Griffiths (@Louis_1927) May 11, 2018
The more and more @ArcticMonkeys sound less and less like Arctic Monkeys, the more I bloody love ‘em. #Sheffield
— therealmarcusmidi (@realmarcusmidi) May 11, 2018
i feel bad for people who refuse to listen to tbh&c just because it's not something they're used to with the band like im sorry but you're missing out on one of arctic monkeys' masterpieces just because you're not open to change
— matty | tbh&c (@piledrivinwaltz) May 11, 2018
Arctic monkeys fans, you can still listen to the old albums. They haven’t disappeared. And TBH&C may grow on you after a few listens
— james (@gilby_howe) May 11, 2018