Independent solo artist who specializes in piano and guitar instrumental music.
All sounds like music I would want to listen and relax to though it's hard to get a sense of the full scope of your talent and capabilities with these short clips and it's a bit distracting hearing them bounce from one to the next right when i'm trying to start to get into one. I would suggest submitting one full song or clips of two songs next time instead as no industry professional is going to be interested in an act based on 15 second clips. The message is great and good for you on finally getting ready to release your music to the world. I think it would be cool if you released these full songs on youtube with the clips of nature to accompany them and make sure to release them to all DSPs too via a service like Tunecore or CD Baby unless you're hoping to get signed. In terms of promotional advice, I would start by suggesting that you include a description and bio about the project along with links to your social media in your Fluence submission.This is your elevator pitch in front of the right people so you want to make it as easy as possible for listeners to get the full picture of who you are and what you're about along with an easy way to find more of your music if they're interested. On Bandcamp, consider making the album free or pay-what-you-want instead of putting a price on it as people aren't likely going to pay $ for an album from an unknown artist and you'll potentially reach more people by releasing your music for free. Perhaps you can donate the proceeds to COVID relief which would encourage people to download and give you more $. If you're looking for more promotion and building a fanbase you should consider hiring a publicist or a marketing firm that you feel you can trust and is a fan of your music to help with the release of your next single and/or album to help you get visibility on blogs, playlisting, print media, etc. Best of luck!