Tom Goss' new song 'Regretting' focuses on a tenuous relationship
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Gay singer-songwriter Tom Goss just released an emotional single and music video, "Regretting" starring Mean Girls actor Daniel Franzese, from his seventh album, Territories.
The acclaimed singer-songwriter went from a quiet childhood in Kenosha, Wisconsin, to wrestling at the college level in Missouri before eventually entering a Washington, DC seminary, leaving the priesthood after a year, and marrying his husband.
The inspiration for "Regretting" stems from a real-life struggle. After walking in on his husband with another lover, Tom and his husband decided to open their marriage, resulting in Tom falling in love with another man to his husband's dismay. "Regretting" comes full circle with Tom expressing his love for his husband.
Since the launch of a successful music career in 2006, the Los Angeles-based artist has delivered six fan-favorite independent albums, generated over 10 million collective streams and 12 million YouTube views, landed syncs everywhere from ABC and HBO to Univision, and performed alongside Andy Grammer, Taylor Dayne, and more.
View more music videos at Tom Goss' YouTube channel.