Keep Tissues At Hand for “Goodbye” by @OsvaldoSupino


The bottom has yet to fall out of Osvaldo Supino’s recent album Exposed.  Last year we had “I Have A Name” and “Ma Radio”, two very different and enjoyable songs which reached #5 and #11 on my personal chart respectively.  Now we have “Goodbye”, and you best be ready for some wet eyes.  Regardless of your orientation, this song and video is about a dashed dream, and with each frame of the video you can feel the weight of what’s coming.  The point of reference in my head that keeps popping up is the ending of the Woody Allen film “The Purple Rose of Cairo”.  It’s crushing.  Leading to the inevitable finale, you can enjoy Osvaldo’s poignant and spot-on vocal.