Was a bit hesitant posting this at all, but I've shared it somewhere else so... Short backstory: March 2020: COVID happened, and lockdowns were implemented. One particular day I heard my friend singing on an Insta story and gave some encouragement to write some music. My response was that songwriting was not a practiced skill of theirs. So for an experiment, I thought I'd help write one song for this person, an instrumental pop backing to write a melody and lyrics over. This happened on one Sunday. The next coming Sunday, I gave another piece to help broaden their skills a bit. Then I thought, why don't I just write a new song for this person, every Sunday I had to start writing, record and produce a demo of a pop track, and it had to be done before the day is out. No ifs. No buts. The intention was to force myself to write something new every week and ensure to finish it. This went on for 9 months on the 31st Sunday, I was told to stop. I ended up and finishing 31 pop instrumental backing songs for the singer to write over. Of course our scheds are all over the place so the songs are still unfinished demos. The singer did however wanted me to start sharing them informally. And I didn't really want to share them as they were. So instead I did some live streaming on the Gram playing each song, and going through each and every one of them in full detail. Of course, asking anyone let alone myself to listen to me babble on for 11 hours is ridiculous and utterly stupid. So I won't post those live streams here. But for the sake of sharing them, I ended up writing guitar melodies for ALL 31 BLOODY SONGS. I ended up writing 3 melodies a week and posted them all on the gram. Song 1 Song 2 Song 3 Song 4 Song 5 Song 6 Song 7 Song 8 Song 9 Song 10 Song 11 Song 12 Song 13 Song 14 Song 15 Song 16 Song 17 Song 18 Song 19 Song 20 Song 21 Song 22 Song 23 Song 24 Song 25 Song 26 Song 27 Song 28 Song 29 Song 30 Song 31 Song 31+1 Song 31+2 At this stage, we're taking our time with it and I'll get to fully record and produce these for real when the singer is ready. And once we're done, we'll be releasing them down the line.