Singer/songwriter/wowlebrity Tom Goss appears alongside actor/comedian/wowlebrity Daniel Franzese in the explosive new music video “La Bufadora” – that aims to remind listeners that they have “the power to change their own lives.”
In it, Goss and Franzese are a tempestuous couple whose Mexican vacation erupts in violence.
Goss, who is based in Los Angeles, told HuffPost that the song was partly inspired by a recent trip he and his husband took to Mexico. The song’s title, he added, refers to a marine geyser located on Mexico’s Punta Banda Peninsula.
Noting “the similarities of La Bufadora’s power” to “emotional outbursts in a relationship,” Goss said he’d like the video to draw attention on what he describes as the “unspoken issue” of domestic violence among LGBTQ couples.
“As humans, we can be so volatile or wounded at the drop of a hat,” he explained. “Sometimes it is a choice we make, sometimes it is the deep-seated triggers that live within our bodies and minds. Just like La Bufadora, we ebb and flow, rest and explode.”
Says Franzese of the project:
“I think what Tom is doing here is showing a real vulnerable side of him and sharing fears and also bad memories along with really intimate thoughts and situations that most artists don’t always let us see,” Franzese said. “I knew it would be an incredible project and I thought he would give good belly rubs. I was right about both.”