At the beginning of Save Point, quite a few bands joined up, looking to get their songs used in a film. People didn't understand about the snowballing production strategy though, and many got annoyed and left because their was no footage to use their music on. By month 6, we have only 2 minutes of finished footage, with over 30 indie bands offering tracks. Needless to say, I couldn't use everybody's tracks. By month 12, that snowball had hit about 45 minutes of footage. By month 18, we have something like 9 hours of finished cgi. Today, we're producing 5-10 minutes a day of raw footage, sometimes up to 40 minutes. That's the combined output of the first year, in a day.
So I told this band, Mouse Dog Bird, that I'd use one of their tracks in a video, and while I'm still getting around to finding just the right place in the story to use their unique style, I was doing a time lapse shoot out in this desert, and took the opportunity to make a music video for them.