Pansy Division and Hockey
Back in 1997 we released our "Manada" single on Vancouver B.C. label Mint Records, with the B-side "Hockey Hair." Both songs appeared on our album More Lovin' From Our Oven later that year, and…Read More
PD song in Work In Progress
Streaming on Showtime Now is a new queer series called Work In Progress, starring Abby McEnamy. And they used our song "Luv Luv Luv" in Episode 3! The show features "a 45-year-old self-identified…Read More
Pansy Division at Burger Boogaloo 2020!
One of our favorite music festivals is the Burger Boogaloo, held for the last decade or so in early July at Mosswood Park in Oakland, California. Trash rock, indie rock, punk rock, lo-fi, low…Read More
Singles & Such
You may have noticed, on Spotify and Apple Music and other music streaming sites, that there is a new Pansy Division release. Singles & Such collects original songs that had been released on…Read More
Pansy Division in Texas!
It's been years since we played Texas, but at the end of February we're going there for 3 shows. Click links below for tickets. Thursday 2/27: AUSTIN - Mohawk (Inside) Friday 2/28: SAN ANTONIO -…Read More
Pansy Division on Instagram
We finally broke down and created a band Instagram page. Find us at: @pansydivisionofficialRead More
Pansy Division summer live shows! Bay Area and Europe!
After going 2 years without playing a gig, we're back with a handful of shows for summer 2019. We have two Bay Area shows at the end of June: Saturday, June 29, 2019ALBANY, CA Ivy Room TICKETS With…Read More
Breaking Down the Walls of Heartache
Martin Aston's 2017 book Breaking Down the Walls of Heartache does an incredible job of documenting gay music over the past 100 years, and is well worth a read. When Pansy Division began, thinking…Read More
A deep dive into the world of PD’s Absurd Pop Song Romance
Absurd Pop Song Romance, our album from 1998, is probably the high point of our band. The first album to feature guitarist Patrick Goodwin, and the first full album with Luis Illades as drummer…Read More
A look back at Wish I’d Taken Pictures
The website Off Your Radar looks back at and reviews obscure older album releases they find worthy and interesting. Last year they revisited our 1996 album Wish I'd Taken Pictures, check it out.…Read More