Suicide is the biggest killer of men aged 20-45. Despite plenty of words from government, campaigners are still critical of a lack of action, or indeed any semblance of a plan. Instead, it's NGOs that are highlighting the problem, one of the major ones being that we're idiots who don't talk about this kind of thing, possibly as a result of being felt less of a man.
Tom Robinson's first material in about 20 years directly addresses the issue and is raising money for CALM - the Campaign Against Living Miserably - an organisation dedicated to preventing male suicide in the UK.
From the album Only The Now, this is a powerful piece combining Robinson's spoken word and guest vocals from Lee Forsyth Griffiths.
Don't Jump, Don't Fall is out now and you can get it from all the usual places.
The CALM helpline is 0800 585858 (national) and 0808 802 5858 (London), open 7 days a week, 5pm-midnight. You need not suffer alone.