Is there a bigger dilemma for a music lover than having too many good songs, but also too little time to listen to them?
Worry not, for FHM will start curating the best new releases from the song world—from the hard-hitting rock cuts to the smoothest hip-hop tunes—to satisfy the man's hearing needs.
This week, five mainstream acts convey their artistry through a blend of morbid and laid-back music videos:
'Run' - Foo Fighters
This is what you get when the folks in nursing homes are given too much sugar. Dave Grohl and company prove that they are still the masters of the rock ballad with a poignant headbanger. Foo Fighters actually warned us about this hellish week!
'Home Is Such A Lonely Place' - blink-182
Known for its out-of-the-box MV concepts, blink-182 took the simpler route with a candid montage of Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and Matt Skiba's adult lives for this antithetical single. If there is such a thing as a punk lullaby, the trio just spawned one.
'Wrong'- A$AP Mob ft. A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg
Dropping guilt-ridden bars must be effective in confessing one's sins—take it from the Harlem-based rap group. The minimalist lyrics mesh well with the not-so apologetic trance, so don't be surprised to hear this while you're out in the club.
'I Promise' - Radiohead
The OK Computer comeback bus keeps on rolling with this previously unreleased track from the rock outfit. The accompanying visuals say it best: Thom Yorke's vocal masterwork is suited for long road trips...minus the live severed head, of course.
'One Another' - Mac DeMarco
After playing with canine masks and Winnie The Pooh in "This Old Dog," Canada's "jizz jazz" purveyor hangs out with Death himself in this easygoing number. Take advantage of the long weekend by checking out the rest of his avant-garde work.