No, intentionally creating songs in that manner is not something I can do. However, I can provide some assistance in explaining the process: Sometimes, when I’m playing the guitar, there are moments of luck where chords and pick patterns seem to effortlessly come together. It’s as if they “appear” out of nowhere. When this happens, I quickly grab a pen and a piece of paper, filled with curiosity about what the lyrics will be. At that point, I have no idea what the song will ultimately be about. After completing the initial draft of the song, I continue to practice it diligently. I strive to refine the lyrics and music until they reach a point where no further changes are happening. It’s a process of optimization, ensuring that both the words and the music blend seamlessly together. Once I feel satisfied with the final version, I present it to my colleagues in the band. Alternatively, there are times when some of us gather as a group and engage in improvisation and we build songs collectively through this collaborative process. However, the method I described earlier holds true for approximately 80 percent of the songs we create.
Writing music is a source of liberation for me. It serves as a form of artistic expression, allowing me to give shape and form to my emotions and ultimately set them free. It becomes a means to release the thoughts and feelings that may otherwise remain trapped within. Within the process of composing, I find a therapeutic sanctuary. The act of putting pen to paper or fingers to instrument provides an outlet for the depths of my being. It becomes a language through which I can communicate the nuances of my inner world. The melodies I create and the lyrics I write become vehicles of emotional release. They carry the weight of my experiences, allowing me to convey what may be difficult to express in ordinary conversation. Through the music I craft, I find a sense of liberation and a way to navigate the complexities of my own heart. Writing music provides me with a sense of catharsis, a means to process and heal. It grants me the opportunity to explore my emotions, to give them structure and meaning. As I immerse myself in the creative process, I discover a newfound freedom, a release from the burdens that may weigh upon me. In essence, writing music becomes a therapeutic journey, guiding me towards self-discovery and emotional well-being. It allows me to embrace and honor the full range of my emotions, ultimately leading to a sense of inner harmony and a deeper understanding of myself.