Humble directing collaborative Hydra helms the newest video for Latin America's biggest rock band. A super-saturated, unabashedly theatrical production, Hydra pairs the stadium ready sweep of "Lluvia al Corazon" with a full dance company, a couple truckloads of props, and a stage design which we were told was "borderline physically impossible." The 40 foot, double-turntable stage, designed by humble creative director Sam Stephens, served as both a super-group worthy performance platform and as a dynamic, constantly shifting backdrop for the series of lyric-inspired vignettes. On the smaller spectrum, the rear projections continued Hydra's obsession with the handmade. A forest made from twigs and moss, office-cooler hurricanes of swirling dry ice, and an "infinity box" of Edison bulbs, plywood, and mylar were all made in our buddy's West Hollywood garage. Working with the coolest, most down-to-earth group of rock superstars we've ever met, and combined with our rock solid, inspiring crew, the video turned out to be something we feel is pretty special.