Spending two years to record, and following similar patterns and methods to the 2009 Love and Be Judge album, Whisper My Name marks the bands continued presence into the abyss. With sounds that are hard to identify coupled with sparse dulcimer recordings and guitar plucking, the album takes a tone of sullen hollowness. Justin allows his voice to be heard at the beginning and end of the album, offering partially original lyrics and the distinct humming reminscent of The Astorians. The overall feel in this album is nostalgic in nature. Recalling heart break and understanding the concept of getting over it to understand what the future holds, Whisper My Name is deeply experimental and revealing. Atmospheric calmness spans the tape from the coolness of George Dutton. The turmoil of chaos calmed emotionally. Limited to 28 cassettes.