Heh. Of course these days, with the help of computers and some innovations in technology, people can do just about anything in a music video, even on a low budget.
Incidentally, we do have a function for embedding those videos here, so I've taken the liberty of embedding this discovery of yours in this post:
I'd say no musical band ever really "represents" any given country to the rest of the world, though of course some musicians do get famous internationally and one can often detect the effects certain cultural influences have had on those musicians' works.
Surreal scenery, though, has been a part of music videos just about right from the start. If El último de la fila were doing that video in English, they'd fit right in with some of our musicians here in the USA. In some places, such as where I live, they probably already have quite an audience. (My home state North Carolina has a burgeoning population of immigrants from Mexico, legal and otherwise.)
Here's one of my favorite surreal music videos:
I think it's based on a famous surrealist painting I've seen somewhere before, but the name of that painting escapes me.