I’ve started a recording project with a close friend, almost completely remote, works great that way, but we meet once a month just to finalize everything. Going well so far, overall happy with our results sound wise and songwriting wise, and have a goal to keep releasing singles once a month. I’ve always been really bad at self promotion. I was never the guy hustling to get people to see my band for shows. I’ve seen far too many bands where even after going through all the hassle, they’re still not really making any headway. My goal isn’t to make money, though of course that’d be nice. I know enough of how things work now that more than ever expecting to make decent money off recorded music is a pipe dream, whether it’s great or not. We basically just released the first single through BandCamp and promoted it to our friends on Facebook. He has about 10x as many friends as I do, but even with that in mind the response was pretty lukewarm. No sales (which is fine), and not as many likes/listens as I’d have liked. Im considering ponying up for DistroKid, but my understanding is they just get your music into the major streaming services, not that they do any promotion. TLDR: How do your promote your recorded music? How has the response been?