Tarmac Adam has produced a new batch of optimistic, forward-thinking pop-rock songs to follow up on 2013 album The History Effect. In Place, the band’s new album that is currently at radio and will be available to the public on October 2, is another superbly crafted, rich, and soulful journey that exhorts listeners to reach out and participate in the universal human experience. The band has released the second video for In Place, “Begin to Mend,” watch it below.
Viewers find lead singer/songwriter Matt O’Donnell picking up his own pieces, as he plays patient, therapist, and a cast of characters orchestrating the thoughts in his head. While the music video is light-hearted, the subject of better mental health is one that band members O’Donnell and Steve Paix take seriously. For the last ten years they’ve been lending their talents to some of Australia’s leading health organizations and not-for-profits, helping them raise awareness about mental health issues through the production of innovative digital media. Thus, it’s appropriate that Tarmac Adam has shared its new video during Suicide Prevention Month.