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Middle-Aged Queers debut ‘Knot Circus’ off upcoming sophomore album

Middle-Aged Queers debut ‘Knot Circus’ off upcoming sophomore album
Salad Days

Queercore punks debut the lasted single off their upcoming ‘Shout At The Hetero’ album.

Oakland, CA queer punk juggernauts Middle-Aged Queers have released the third single off their upcoming ‘Shout At The Hetero’ album, which is scheduled for release late summer / early fall on Say-10 Records.

The band writes:

“Most of the songs on this album were written in the initial lockdown period of Covid-19 and take a much darker approach than our first album; ‘Knot Circus’ is no exception. The song explores the phenomenon of catching people in their worst behavior while questioning if we, the public, are becoming a surveillance state. An interesting change of pace for a band that historically written primarily gay content.”

Middle-Aged Queers will be releasing the seven-song album, the follow-up to their 2020 ‘Too Fag For Love’ this year on Say-10 Records.

“We are stoked to be joining Say-10, home to the legendary Green Jellÿ and fellow queercore bands Dog Park Dissidents and Sarchasm. Not only have we joined a terrific label, but we’ve also joined a cult!”

About Middle-Aged Queers: Founded in 2019 by ex-members of the Cost (Lookout Records), Fang (Boner Records), the Insaints (MaximumRockNRoll Records), and Yaphet Kotto (Ebullition Records), Middle-Aged Queers are a Bay Area “super group” of Jurassic Punks on a mission to make punk rock gay again. They have shared the stage with Agent Orange, the Avengers, GayC/DC, Man on Man, MDC, Year of the Fist, and the Longshot. They were voted Best Live Band in the Bay Area Reporter’s 2020 “Best of the Bay” awards.

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