This article was published on January 13th, 2020
Don’t let the winter drag you down. Get warm and cozy by the fire with new tunes from a queer artist. If you’re looking for some new music from a hot, gay, indie artist Los Angeles-based queer American singer/songwriter Tom Goss has just released his seventh studio album, titled Territories.
Originally from Kenosha, Wisconsin, Tom Goss was a college-level wrestler in Missouri, turned seminary student in Washington DC, before leaving the priesthood after only one year before marrying his husband and breaking into the music industry as a solo artist in 2006.
The concept for Territories was born out of the shock wave of Goss finding his husband in bed with another man, then staying married and entering into an open relationship, and then eventually falling in love with a different man than his husband.
In what could have been their darkest hour as husbands, Tom and his spouse initiated an open relationship instead of divorcing. On a trip to Berlin, Tom met another man, rediscovered his love and sexuality, and began to process what loving both men at the same time could mean. Thus: Territories was born.
Tom’s third single off of Territories and new video for “Berlin” just dropped, having already previously released singles “Quayside” and second single “La Bufadora”, with the video starring Mean Girls’ Daniel Franzese.
Tom Goss has already released 6 fan fave indie albums, with over 10 million streams of his music, digitally, and more than 12 million YouTube views, to date. With his music having appeared on ABC, HBO, and Univision, Goss has performed with the likes of Taylor Dayne and Andy Grammer. His 7th album Territories is available online. Get it now.