Liam Gallagher's new video raises awareness for men's mental health

CARDIFF, WALES - SEPTEMBER 15: Liam Gallagher performs on stage at Alexandra Head on September 15, 2022 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Mike Lewis Photography/Redferns)
Liam Gallagher is launching a mental health awareness campaign. (Redferns)

Liam Gallagher's new music video for his single Too Good for Giving Up aims to raise awareness for male mental health.

For the track, the former Oasis frontman has joined forces with mental health charity Talk Club.

The organisation call themselves a "talking and listening club for men, offering talking groups, sports groups and therapy to help keep you mentally fit".

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The video for the song, released on Mental Health Awareness Day, features a man battling depression where he finds doing even simple tasks incredibly difficult because of the illness.

DUBLIN, IRELAND - AUGUST 27: Liam Gallagher performs at The Royal Hospital Kilmainham on August 27, 2022 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Debbie Hickey/Getty Images)
Liam Gallagher's new single will raise funds for mental health charity Talk Club. (Getty Images)

The man is later asked how he is and other gather around to support him before taking him to a Talk Club meeting.

Alongside the video release, Gallagher tweeted: "We all know someone affected by suicide which sadly seems to be at an all-time high.

"I’ve lost many people far too early and it’s important to talk. I’m really pleased to be able to help in anyway with this song and will be partnering with Talk Club on my track Too Good For Giving Up LG x"

All money raised from streams for the song will go to Talk Club up until March next year.

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JULY 21: Liam Gallagher performs at Spark Arena on July 21, 2022 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Dave Simpson/WireImage)
Liam Gallagher performing live. (WireImage)

Ben Akers and Gavin Thorpe, the co-founders of Talk Club, discussed their collaboration with Gallagher in a statement: "Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50. And Liam is a hero to many of that generation. So to be collaborating with him on something that raises the awareness of Talk Club, and gets men talking and improving their mental fitness, will save lives."

The rock legend will also be talking all things mental health when he takes over Talk Club's Twitter account later this week on 13 October.

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