Spanish Boy Band Serenades Thai Fans Before Concert

BANGKOK — The handsome Spanish muses of Dvicio will return to Thailand next month, and in the meantime sought to charm Thai fans by singing in Thai.

“Thai fans, this is a present for you. We hope you like it… We love you,” the pop-rocking band wrote Friday on Facebook.

In the posted video, lead singer Andres Ceballos wakes up in bed, shirtless. He wakes up and joins his mates to have a go at singing “Sak Wan Kong Daii Jer  (We’ll Meet Some Day),” still without having bothering to find a shirt. It’s a cover of a song by Saksit “Tor” Vejsupaporn, who collaborated on recent single “No Te Vas” with Dvicio.


The eyecandy boy band first visited in February 2016 for a fan meeting at which they sang Thai hit “Yoo Tor Loey Dai Mai (Please Stay Longer)” by the ukulele-strapping musician Singto Numchok.

In September, they posted another cover of a Thai hit, “Kon Mee Sanay (Charming Person)” by rock singer Pang Nakarin, but their version sounds more Spanish than anything else.

Dvicio formed in 2013 with five members: Andres, Martín Ceballos Sanchez, Nacho Gotor, Alberto Gonzalez and Luis Gonzalvo. They’ve released three albums and are best known for the songs “Paraiso,” “Enamorate” and “Casi Humanos.”

The band will play at 4pm on July 15 at GMM Live House on the eighth floor of CentralWorld. Tickets range from 1,900 baht to 4,900 baht and can be purchased online.