THE CHAINSMOKERS’ NEW ALBUM HAS RECEIVED the lowest USER RATING ON METACRITIC THIS YEAR.
We’ve already created our own thoughts on The Chainsmokers’ new album extravagantly clear, except for the most part, the die hard fans are keeping their heads up and partying on, selling praise and accolades on the release. However, critics are much harder to please and therefore the album has received completely terrible scores according to Metacritic.
The platform, that aggregates scores across websites, gives Memories… do not Open a forty-three out of 100, supported seven critics from sites like Pitchfork and Rolling Stone, creating it the second lowest grading album of the year so far; solely Canadian-rapper NAV’s self-titled album is below it, at a 42. Though, on the user side, things look way more bleak. Out of a complete of 189 ratings, the album has received a score of one.3, making it all-time low user-rated album of the year thus far. For comparison, the next lowest score is for ed Sheeran’s Divide, and even that received a relatively generous 4.3
The Chainsmokers have had a rough go of it since the release of the album nearly every week past, however, their MDNO tour begins tonight in Miami … therefore we’ll simply need to see however that goes. based on the reviews of their opening, we would see lots of tickets on Stubhub within the morning.