Mon Laferte and Alejandro Fernández duet on “Que Se Sepa Nuestro Amor” a love letter to Mexican culture

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Like a match made in heaven, Chilean and Latin Grammy winning artist Mon Laferte has teamed-up with the legendary Alejandro Fernández on the unforgettably sublime duet: “Que Se Sepa Nuestro Amor.” A gorgeous traditional melody pieced together by the lilting textures—acoustic guitars, trumpets, violins, and even an accordion—embellish Laferte and Fernández’s already heart-achingly phenomenal harmonies.

The new song is also accompanied by beautiful black & white film directed by Rodrigo Robles; and between Fernández poking his head out of a sea of sombreros to offer-up his dulcet croons to the near endless shots of Laferte wandering through scenes straight from the golden age of Mexican cinema, the film paints a tender portrait of the story of love.

An intimate love letter to Mexican culture, “Que Se Sepa Nuestro Amor” proudly merges the long-ingrained roots of Latin music and its bright future—there’s even a few scenes where Fernández sits singing and smiling with his all women band (sporting stunning tattoos all over their bodies).

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There’s an authenticity and clarity with which Laferte and Fernández have come together for this duet, with the former describing working with Laferte as an incredibly unique experience and that listening to a “ranchera song in a voice as passionate and unique as Mon’s does not happen every day.”

I was not just writing a love song, I was thinking of a song of principles – from now on love should never hide,” says Laferte. “It seemed to me that the song had to be a duet and I thought of Alejandro, the greatest exponent of regional music, and I am very happy that he accepted.”

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