Absolutely dreadful. To some, I suppose, this sounds like a great rock band on the rise. But if you look at Leave Home, this drastic departure sacrifices everything the band worked hard to perfect with Leave Home and Open Your Heart. Very disappointing.
Only a drastic change if you haven't listened to the Men since 2011, Tomorrow's Hits nevertheless feels like the first time the band's album-a-year approach is catching up with them. It's almost lazy in its perfunctory drunken bar-rock, and while that sloppiness is almost surely intentional, it makes for an insubstantial album. It sounds like the Men boozily covering the Men. That's certainly an enjoyable experience, but any forward progress has stalled.