Los Bikers by Dënver


What’s going on here then? An epigraph from Yukio Mishima…an Air-like song…a pair of boys stripping down to their underwear to play bondage games…gorgeous dancers in white briefs performing amid statuary… Yes, it gets my vote.

Dënver are from Chile, and the song is Los Bikers from their 2010 album Música, Gramática, Gimnasia. I’d tell you who directed the video but they’re not very clear about that themselves. There’s more video and music on the inevitable Dënver Myspace page. Via Homotography.


Previously on { feuilleton }
The Lady Is Dead and The Irrepressibles
Forbidden Colours
Mishima’s Rite of Love and Death

2 thoughts on “Los Bikers by Dënver”

  1. Hmm…Momentarily speechless. I can see why you like this, Mr. Coulthart! And fortunately the visuals distract one from the music, which sounds like watered-down Air. Thank goodness for dancing boys in tighty-whities!

  2. Yes, it’s rather calculated to appeal to a certain audience, isn’t it? Very good of them to go to so much trouble. The music isn’t too bad. Not all the songs are Air-ish, they seem to vary things.

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