The visual, filmed by Ryan Bazan, grabs your attention with a rustic hill country vibe as it was filmed in Garden Ridge, Texas. Sauceda feels this is a true representation of his country boy upbringing.
The track features reverb filled accordion, grooving bajo, driving bass, passionate percussion with keys touched in just the right places. Astudillo lights the track on fire with his energizing performance.
Super producer and Christian artist Raul Sanchez brought Astudillo and Sauceda together for an incredible re-vamping of a Mexican classic cumbia.
“It will have you beeping and bopping in the morning while getting ready for work, for school, or for a training session at the gym,” says Sauceda.
“It’s something a little bit different than what I do,” Astudillo added. “The collaboration with Sunny and the way he sings and just his whole energy I thought would fit well with what I do.”
“Por La Madrugada” is the latest release from Sauceda’s DFM (Dios, Familia, Música) album that garnered him a Male Vocalist of the Year nomination at the 2018 Tejano Music Awards.
WATCH: Sunny Sauceda Y Todo Eso — “Por La Madrugada” (ft. Pete Astudillo)