Middle-Aged Queers have released the third single off their upcoming “Shout at The Hetero” album

Middle-Aged Queers will be releasing the seven-song “Shout at the Hetero” album, the follow-up to their 2020 “Too Fag For Love,” this year on Say-10 Records. Pre-orders are available on the Say-10 Records website and Middle-Aged Queers’ Bandcamp.

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.”

“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.