We all want to be understood, to be acknowledged, to be loved. Set an intention to write songs with those universal themes in mind.
Songs for Health Care Commercial. Street Pitch guest, N.P. is seeking songs for a Health Care commercial. This company wants positive songs about, kindness, giving back, gratitude, appreciation, helping others & universal love. NO Romantic love songs, nothing too folky, poppy or cute. GENRES: Singer-Songwriter, Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Singer-Songwriter/acoustic pop. Male or female vocals. REFERENCES: "Hands" by Jewel, "Kindness" by Ryan Adams, "Carry You" Union J, "Be Kind" Marshmellow, Halsey, "Look For The Good" Jason Mraz, "In My Life" The Beatles, "Heart of Life" John Mayer, "Give Love." Andy Grammar.
SONGS SUBMITTED HAVE TO BE CLEARED FOR SYNC LICENSING as per the following guidelines (no exceptions):
- You must own both your master (recordings) and 100% of your synchronization (publishing). If you do not...
- Then, all master owners, co-writer(s) or co-publisher(s), must sign our licensing agreement as well.
- Songs must be CLEARED: meaning if you have paid musicians and/or singers including background vocalists, you must have a signed 'work for hire' OR RELEASE form for each person involved in making your recording so that they have no further claim to the song. Please note, the producer who produced your recording should be able to help you acquire a work for hire agreement or release, however in many cases there may be a fee involved particularly if the recording was purchased as a demo. No writers signed with major publishing companies with major administration deals.
- Submissions must be MASTER/BROADCAST QUALITY recordings. If we express interest, you will need to supply us with a mastered copy of both the song AND an instrumental track.
PITCH FOLLOW-UP: If this guest expresses interest in your song you will be asked to sign an agreement for this project only (non-exclusive); with a 50%/50% split for both the master/sync licenses. Will not take publishing of the song so the publisher/writers will get all the performance income. If there is no upfront licensing fee, the 'guest' will take 50% of the publishing income for this placement only. The 'guest' will not take ownership of the copyright.