Hombres G is a Spanish pop rock band, formed in Spain in 1982. They are widely considered one of Spain's most important groups of the late 1980s and 1990s. The band consists of David Summers (bass, vocals), Rafael Gutierrez (guitar), Dani Mezquita (guitar), and Javi Molina (drums).

Hombres G made their debut at Madrid's Rock-Ola in 1983 with melodies that hinted at the early Beatles and the British New Wave movement. They rose in popularity after the release of their first album, Hombres G (1985), and their smash hit "Devuélveme a mi chica". They also faced an increasing fan base — over six thousand people covered the Gran Vía Madrileña in Spain at the time of release of their two movies and Peru's Lima Airport was nearly closed due to the 20,000 fans that covered the landing runway during their first visit to the country.

Their early material was primarily known for its youthful nature, but it eventually progressed into something more reflective of an adult world — the latter being evident in albums such as Esta es tú vida (1990). Hombres G went on hiatus after the release of their 1992 album, Historia del bikini. During the following years, David pursued a solo career, Rafa and Dani remained involved in the music industry, and Javi devoted time to his bar in Madrid.

2003 saw the release of the tribute, Voy a pasármelo bien, un tributo a Hombres G, and the band's recopilatory album, Peligrosamente Juntos, which included never before released material. Hombres G embarked on a world tour and announced their return.

A year later they released the studio album Todo esto es muy extraño (their first in 12 years) and toured with Spanish pop rock band El Canto del Loco. In 2007, they released 10 and their most recent work is entitled Desayuno continental.