Hombres G celebrates 40 years on stage and to celebrate this summer they will go on a new tour throughout Spain. Hence his visit to El Hormiguero, where the members of this emblematic band spoke about their best professional moment and the most unusual anecdotes they experienced, as well as sending a message to their detractors.
In this case, to those people who accuse the group of making homophobic and sexist songs. This censorship is what has led these musicians to send a clear message to those who practice "intolerance" instead of changing the present and looking to the future.
David Summers, Rafa Gutiérrez, Daniel Mezquita and Javi Molina presented their next tour 40 years and we keep starting this Thursday at El Hormiguero, in which Hombres G will once again take to the Spanish stages to play mythical songs like Marta has a pacemaker or Give me back my girl.
“We are living the best moment of our lives, enjoying ourselves more than ever and with an ever-wider range of audiences, from children to grandparents,” said vocalist David Summers. "That only happens to you and to the Comtessa," said Pablo Motos. As well as that they continue to be the "same four as always" forming the band.
At one point in the talk, Pablo Motos raised the hypothetical case of not playing one of his well-known hits. In this case, give me back my girl. To which the vocalist made it clear that this is not going to happen, especially since “then you look at Spotify and you see that it has 455 million listeners. How not to touch her…”.
That was when the presenter spoke of the accusations made by his detractors, accusing them of being macho for precisely that song. “These are people who are dedicated to reviewing the past instead of trying to change the present and prepare us for a better future,” Summers replied.
And, then, the vocalist was humorous and made it clear: “We were among the first to contemplate consent; We sang 'let your hair down, and if you want, then the bra'”.
For his part, Javi Molina also wanted to point something out to this issue by sending a message to those offended by the lyrics of his songs: they are not going to allow them to control what they say or what they don't say in case they bother.
"If not, we would have to censor Machado, Lorca, Cervantes, Shakespeare... Everyone, what is this?" he added. According to the musician, this "has gone completely out of control, and that is intolerance."