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Middle-Aged Queers debut new single ‘Theme Song’

Middle-Aged Queers debut new single ‘Theme Song’
Salad Days

Oakland queercore band new album out March 13rd. Features ex-members of Flipper, Fang, Yaphet Kotto, Bread And Circuits, The Cost, Wet-Nap, Saviours, The Shudders, S.P.A.G., The Insaints, No Alternative.

The track appears on the band’s upcoming debut album ‘Too Fag For Love’ out March 13 via the band’s own label Outpunx Records, in collaboration with Bay Area indie Sell The Heart Records, run by Andy Pohl of Tsunami Bomb.

Lead crooner Shaun Osburn says, “Our ‘Theme Song’ is about loving yourself as a seasoned queer person in a culture that prioritizes youth and heteronormativity. The line “go fuck yourself” is actually meant as a positive; masturbation should be sex with someone you love!”

Check out the video for their previous single ‘Gary’s Making Biscuits’:

Crawling out of the primordial ooze of punk past, Middle-Aged Queers are a quartet of Jurassic Punx barreling down Interstate 580 on a mission to save Rock‘n’Roll with broken limbs and gear held together with duct tape. Seasoned veterans of DIY-Punk, Scrappy to the core, Middle-Aged Queers recently bootstrapped their debut record, ‘Too Fag For Love’, recorded in under eight hours for less than $500.

@middleagedqueers
@selltheheartrecords

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