Video: Triángulo de Amor Bizarro - De la monarquía a la criptocracia


We already took care of buzzing this Triángulo de Amor Bizarro's "De la monarquía a la criptocracia" as the best single of the year so far, now there’s a wonderful video for it. The wacky video was helmed by the great Luis Cervero, Club Fonograma’s favorite current music video director, responsible for braining La Bien Querida’s “9.6” and Joe Crepusculo’s “Siento Que Muero.” For some reason, we’re getting the vibe many of you are not catching up to the news, so let’s restate it, Triangulo de Amor Bizarro, the most critically acclaimed breakthrough band since Los Planetas is publishing its sophomore album! This is a nice clip, the band has always maintained distance from its videos, with makeup and such, so it’s great to see the great Isa confronting the camera. It aims to be scary through heavy symbolism and ritual. Año Santo will be out next week through Mushroom Pillow.

7 comments:

  1. cerveró también hizo el de los punsetes. es buenisimo.

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  2. en el segundo 32 sale la imagen que use para la portada del vol. 10 de el amarillito. aun me gusta mas la cancion.

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  3. que buena esta la rola!

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  4. que relación tiene esto con la canción de new order? saben por que le pusieron este titulo ?

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  5. i am in love, this is the best video i have ever seen. no, seriously. i have to reevaluate my list.

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  6. It is interesting that the title of the song is called de monarquia a criptocracia. And by criptocracy, I think that they mean an age where everything is hidden at plain sight. They use a lot of heavy symbolism for that matter. I wonder if it is ironic or if it aimed at some other purpose.

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