Tarmac Adam Premieres “Today’s the Day” Video on Paste; Glide Calls the Band “Seductive and Sublime”
Paste Magazine has premiered a new video from Tarmac Adam, the third from the Aussie band’s In Place LP. “Today’s the Day,” according to lead singer Matt O’Donnell, is about the need to “find something interesting and worthwhile even when times are difficult or frustrating or seemingly pointless. Stop wishing to be somewhere else… someone else. Embrace opportunity.” The video features O’Donnell and co-conspirator Steve Paix as evangelists, exhorting a reticent man to join their cause and seize the day. Watch it here.
“Tarmac Adam have plenty going for them,” writes the Glide in a recent review of In Place, “and after three albums, they’ve deservedly come into their own.” The site describes the LP as “seductive and sublime,” explaining, “In Place rings with a generally desirable disposition, one that makes repeated hearings an ongoing treat.” The review also goes into considerable depth explaining the Aussie band’s backstory, which includes a not-insignificant connection to the legendary Crowded House. Read the whole thing here.