Out singer/songwriter Tom Goss released a heartwarming new music video to his song, “Breath and Sound” from his newest album, “Wait.”
The video, directed by Michael Serrato, features three sets of dancing partners performing exuberant and intimate moves choreographed by Andrew Pirozzi.
Goss tells the Huffington Post, “I want straight people to be drawn into a familiar story, one they understand and relate to. Once there, I want to show them that this exact same story is being lived by the LGBTQ community. As a gay man, I don’t want special privilege. I just want to love – passionately, fearlessly and completely.”
Goss recorded “Breath and Sound” alongside fellow gay musician, and regular collaborator, Matt Alber.
Goss will be back in D.C. hosting a concert benefiting Charlie’s Place with queer performer B. Steady at Busboys and Poets (2021 14th St., N.W.) on Thursday, Aug. 27 with shows at 6:30 and 9 p.m. Charlie’s Place works to provide emergency services to the homeless and poor as well as provide employment and housing services. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.
Mariah Cooper contributed to this story.