After several years of delays, …Whatever That Means’ new full-length album “Revolving Doors” is finally out! This album shows a little bit of everything WTM does. Of course, it has the melodic punk sound WTM is known for. But it also has songs like “Red Flags” (featuring vocals from Jaehyun of Korean hardcore punk band The Kitsches) and “So Much To Say,” which are easily the most aggressive songs WTM have ever written, alongside acoustic versions of “Sixty-Eight, Twenty-Two” and “I Can’t Take It.” “Revolving Doors” also features Trash on lead vocals a lot more than previous WTM releases, which is something we’ve all wanted for a long time.
“Revolving Doors” is being released on a 12-inch vinyl LP and digital download. In Korea, you can order the record through the WDI webstore. In North America, the album is being distributed by Paper + Plastick Records (owned an operated by Vinnie from the legendary ska-punk band Less Than Jake). For all other locations, please contact World Domination, Inc. for shipping options. The album is also available for streaming and digital download through the …Whatever That Means Bandcamp page.
Unfortunately, the official release show for “Revolving Doors” had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but a rescheduled date will be announced soon, so keep your eyes open for that!