Tom Goss Gives Dusty Springfield’s “Son Of A Preacher Man” An LGBT Twist

"The only boy who could ever reach me, was the son of a Preacher man..."

Out singer Tom Goss re-imagines the Dusty Springfield classic “Son of a Preacher Man” in his latest music video.

In the video, Goss employs a haunting cover of the song to tell the story of two gay teens who fall in love in a presumably conservative Christian community. While their relationship is kept secret, it is playful and exuberant: the epitome of puppy love.

However, once the town finds out, both boys face humiliation from their peers and punishment from their families. It’s a dark turn, but one that’s lifted by a satisfying surprise ending that sees the boys happy and together again.

Check out the video below!

h/t: Towleroad

Texas native with a penchant for strong margaritas, early Babs and tastefully executed side-eye.