The video, launched Thursday, reveals C. Tangana and Peluso grinding towards one another and dancing the bachata model within the cathedral and consists of close-ups of the paintings featured on the cathedral’s partitions.
“We humbly and sincerely ask for forgiveness from all the lay faithful, the consecrated and the priests, who have felt rightly hurt by this improper use of a sacred place,” the assertion added.
The tune’s lyrics embody a refrain of “I was an atheist, but now I believe, because a miracle like you must have come down from heaven,” whereas the primary verse asks forgiveness from the Virgin of Almudena for “what I do in your bed.”
Elsewhere within the video, a unadorned and partially pixelated Peluso is proven holding Tangana’s decapitated head, and on the finish of the tune, the 2 singers pose for a photograph with monks and choirboys exterior the cathedral.
Tangana additionally pulls on Peluso’s hair in an echo of one of many work contained in the cathedral, which reveals a demon pulling a girl’s hair to cease her reaching salvation on the Last Judgment. The portray can be used because the tune’s paintings.
Arguing the tune “tells the story of a conversion through human love,” Dean Juan Miguel Ferrer Grenesche stated the video’s remaining scenes the place the singers pose for a photograph confirmed the “understanding and welcoming of the Church.”
Although he acknowledged the “provocative visual language” used, he defended the choice to permit filming within the cathedral, saying the “sole purpose has been to boost dialogue with contemporary culture while preserving faith in the Church.”
Ferrer additional stated the tune might “do good for those distanced from the Church” however apologized to those that had been damage by it.
As of Saturday, the music video had greater than 2 million views on YouTube.