In Tom Goss' new video for "All My Life" -- which Billboard is exclusively premiering -- the singer/songwriter offers a stark, stripped-down production for the first single from his new album What Doesn't Break, out Tuesday (Aug. 2).
"For [the video of] 'All My Life' I wanted to do something different," Goss says. "I wanted to be completely vulnerable. I wanted to strip away the Hollywood gloss and tap into the true emotion of the song and the experience of love.
"I booked a studio, camera and lights, then sat alone with myself. I shot, directed and edited the video. Honestly, I'm not sure I could have been as emotionally revealing had there been a dozen people in the room. I wanted this to be the most emotionally honest thing I've ever done. I believe I have accomplished that."
Watch the video below:
"All My Life" follows Goss' cover of "Son of a Preacher Man," which has garnered more than 400,000 global views on YouTube for its music video.
Goss is planning a tour in support of the new album and has shows lined up that include New York's Metropolitan Room (Aug. 13) and Los Angeles' Hotel Café (Aug. 25).