Video: Dávila 666 - "Esa Nena Nunca Regresó"

A mayor influence of 60’s rock can be found in Dávila 666’s garage rock banger and destacado-tagged Tan Bajo, and just like the revivalist spirit of their tunes, this new video for their breezy, hella addictive “Esa Nena Nunca Regresó” recreates the aesthetic of the sixties in a very faithful way: through a blue filter we see the band having a riot along many blonde lookalike girls with Brigitte Bardot hairdos; the retro atmosphere is very effective, it resembles what could be a beach pool party scene in a Blake Edwards film. There’s a femme brunette that stands among the other chicks, she sensually dances in front of badass front man Sir Charles who violently shakes her until she collapses, and then a ritual takes place which involves covering the apparently diseased chick with a blanket, rubbing her body surrounded by candles with flowers. When she’s rising from the dead things go from blue to purple and as her newly born identity is revealed, a macabre grin is drawn in her new partners while they welcome the blonde newcomer and keep on dancing.


  1. misogynistic. misogynistic. misogynistic.

    Hahahaha. Nice kind of Reggaetonesque clip, didn't a girl play with them for a while? She needs to come back and kick their asses.


    Now, why isn't anyone highlight NOCHE DE TERROR from the album? I think it's my early favorite song of the year.

  2. That's good video blurbin' Enrique!

    My favorite song on the album, I thinl.

  3. What does a cuban hot girl has to do in order to get a profile pic (to go along with my comments) like so many you do! ???

  4. Ticky! you're always so fun. You just need to get yourself a google account, or maybe you already have one (in that case, you just need to 'sign in') when you post.

    I love "Noche de Terror" too, but "Nena" is the zeitgeist. I also love "Eso Que Me Haces" & "Las Cruces"

  5. Though Ticky already pointed it out, I think I am obligated to comment on how misogynistic this vid is or else Pierre might really hate me. It's pretty gross, and I suppose it's meant to be that way, but I am still super conflicted about this band. FOR WHY??

  6. Is Jota Vigilante not in the video? Looks like the guy from the first album (bigger guy) whose name escapes me at the moment