Thomas Csorba: “Goodbye To Goodbye”

Houston’s Thomas Csorba may have released his debut full-length From the Foxhole in 2017 but it wasn’t until last year’s eponymous LP that his mastery over the Americana genre became common knowledge. And riding off that well-deserved high praise for Thomas Csorba, much to the delight of us fans, the Bayou City singer’s set to sling out a new batch of refined folk-rock originals in just a couple months.

This morning Csorba announced a new five-track EP, From The Jordan, produced by The Texas Gentlemen’s Beau Bedford, featuring a co-write from KUTX favorite David Ramirez, and centered around the timeless theme of romance. From The Jordan streams in full on October 8th and you can dip your toes in right now with the record’s melancholy lead single, “Goodbye To Goodbye”!

“I wrote this song thinking about the old troubadour stereotype of always being on the move and leaving one’s partner behind. I wanted to flip that on its head, and make a confident statement to my wife: one that says that even though I make most of my living on the road, at the end of the day, I’m not going anywhere. This is a song that celebrates that confident commitment to someone and embraces the value in staying put. There’s nothing that says ‘I love you’ quite like staying by someone’s side.” – Thomas Csorba

Goodbye To Goodbye

Thomas Csorba

Jack Anderson

Photo: Austin Leih

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