It’s a fresh New Year, and Maude‘s Luis Azcona is keeping up with his two years of daily writing. In one of his latest posts, the singer shared a quick update on the “Cloud Nine” act’s upcoming plans.

“Our collaboration with Fuguwi for the music video of Habol was too good,” Azcona writes. “I wish we could pull them in everytime we want to. But the reality is that making Habol was just a lucky point in time where our lax free times coincided.”

He reveals that they’re back to taking things DIY for their upcoming video. “The next music video is not going to be heavy on concept like Habol, but rather a test of how aesthetically interesting we can get using a free location, with subjects that aren’t acting for the camera, and using pieces of equipment that we already own. Literally, a zero-budget music video. What can you buy with zero pesos? We shall see soon.”

Check out Azcona’s post below:

Finishing this music video means coming full circle again. Dec 26, 2017 | Tue | #Maude We have produced our own recordings, designed our own visuals, and for the first time since Takda, create our own music video. But trust me, it's not a macho / we-can-do-anything exhibition. I wish there were someone else who would do these for the band. Our collaboration with Fuguwi for the music video of Habol was too good, I wish we could pull them in everytime we want to. But the reality is that making Habol was just a lucky point in time where our lax free times coincided. That's how we afforded to meet four times and spend one full day for a guerilla production. Nearing the end of the year, both parties are back to serious business mode. Maude needs a music video now, and we don't wanna disturb Fuguwi away from their clients in order to produce something for Maude quick. If we're going to impose that kind of rushed pressure on anyone, we'd rather crush ourselves. And crushing ourselves, we are. We're back to DIY-ing. The next music video is not going to be heavy on concept like Habol, but rather a test of how aesthetically interesting we can get using a free location, with subjects that aren't acting for the camera, and using pieces of equipment that we already own. Literally, a zero-budget music video. What can you buy with zero pesos? We shall see soon. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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