Watch Pablo Alborán’s ‘Tu Refugio’ music video with its passionate music, lyrics and film

Watch Pablo Alborán’s ‘Tu Refugio‘ music video — it’s incredibly emotional

Even though I speak only basic Spanish, I am an absolute sucker for Spanish pop music. Especially the songs of Spanish pop singers like Alejandro Sanz and Pablo Alborán.

Case in point, Pablo Alborán’s single ‘Tu Refugio‘, which just got a new music video this evening.

A music video that is about as feel good as you can get about people, music, songs and life. Because good God, that is a gorgeous song — both lyrics and music (those strings!) — and that video is the sweetest thing.

As for the song lyrics, this is just one verse that embodies the Spanish love of passion to perfection:

Déjame ser tu refugio, déjame que yo te ayudo,
aguantémonos la vida, te recuerdo si lo olvidas,
que hemos crecido peleando y sin quererlo nos gustamos,
cuántas cosas han pasado y ya no hay miedo de decir te amo

Let me be your refuge, let me help you
We’ll get through life together, I’ll remind you if you forget
That we’ve grown up fighting but unintentionally fell in love
So much has happened and now there’s no fear in saying I love you“.

Tu Refugio‘ is from Pablo Alborán’s 2017 fourth studio album.

Called Prometo (I Promise), it hit the number one spot on the Spanish album charts upon release, as well as charted at number 2 in Portugal and in the number 3 spot on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums chart.

It has also been certified 5 times Platinum in Spain.

The Spanish singer songwriter released an Edición Especial of the album on November 30th on Warner Music Spain, with a slew of bonus tracks.

You can hear the 26-track album in its entirety from the Spotify widget below. And, of course, watch Pablo Alborán’s ‘Tu Refugio‘ music video below.

You can find out more about the Spanish singer, including upcoming concert tour dates, on his website.

About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered K-drama, K-pop, J-pop and music news for over a decade.