MAN ON MAN (feat. FNM/Imperial Teen’s Roddy Bottum & Joey Holman) Debut “Daddy” Video

MAN ON MAN (M.O.M.), a project started by boyfriends, Roddy Bottum (Faith No More, Imperial Teen, Nastie Band, CRICKETS) and Joey Holman (Cool Hand Luke), debut the pair’s debut single and accompanying video via Rolling Stone ( The clip was produced, recorded and edited by Bottum and Holman.

“MAN ON MAN is bold and sexual by nature – romantic, optimistic and celebratory. Isolation may be the new norm but it’s provided a springboard for M.O.M. to create and rally against the limitations of the virus,” Bottum says. Holman adds, “Our vision is to create art that promotes positive views of sexual freedom, honest expression and adaptable creativity.”

“Daddy” was written and produced strictly in quarantine with no help from the outside world. The song is about the formation of the couple’s relationship, their trek cross-country from NYC to Oxnard, Calif., and the issues of living and loving in this new age.

Subsequent single and video releases by MAN ON MAN will be made throughout the Summer with an EP slates for a late Summer release. The songs deal with love, separation, fear, and isolation in the face of COVID-19.

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One comment

  1. If the music video for “Daddy” had featured a man and a woman doing all the same things in their underwear, no one would have batted an eye. Two men doing the song, and YouTube gets their knickers in a twist.

    The video is sexy, and the music’s great.

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