(SPOT.ph) Fans of Bullet Dumas already know that the musician brings a different and refreshing sound to the Pinoy music scene—not just with the contemporary folk tune, but also with the concept and inspiration behind his songs. In "Usisa," the titular track of his first solo album, he talks about being in constant search for truth in a world that will keep you from finding it. And there was no better person to bring this concept to life than Jerrold Tarog, the director of Heneral Luna, Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral, and the highly anticipated Darna movie.
In the 10-minute music video, Dumas walks around a forest with a guitar, singing lyrics like, "Tungkulin ko'y gagampanan, lagi kang paglilingkuran, ang laya mo'y babantayan, Pilipinas kong hibang." As he continues singing, four masked people dance around him, tie him up, and attack him.
The haunting music video is produced by TBA Studios (Heneral Luna, Birdshot, I'm Drunk, I Love You) and Artikulo Uno Productions (Heneral Luna, Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral, Neomanila, Bliss). JP Habac, the writer and director of I'm Drunk, I Love You, also served as Assistant Director on the project.