Sounds clean and good. I thought the chorus was catchy. You seem to favor cynical love songs.
I don't think you've topped Marfa Plain.
I think you could have used a pre chorus before the chorus, and , maybe a better transition from end of chorus back into verse. Biab gives you general rhythms to do that with. Black Friday sale.
But I enjoyed listening. Are you actually tripling the vocal in the chorus? Or doubling with reverb, sounds very choir like.
One idea for had was counter melody.
I just wanna thank you for the fights we never had...(fights we never had) starting on had....
Just and idea. Really like the chorus!
I wanted the song to have a split personality between the verse and the chorus, so I went from a single voice to a barroom singalong choir. It seemd a little abrupt so I added big drums going in and tried to fade back in in to the verse. Maybe not perfect, but I'm okay with it. The barroom singalong is kind of a rough imperfect thing anyways.
On the chorus, I did a main singer track and then I recorded 4 backing tracks by stepping around the mic and singing in 4 different places in the room. Then I slightly pitch shifted them and EQd them a little differently. After I finished I bought WAVES doubler. and monkeyed with it. That might have done a better job but I had already uploaded to distrokid before I discovered it.
Thanks for you comments. Really appreciate it.
Question: BIAB delivers some pretty nice drum fills. I had to cut and paste to get what I wanted. Do you recommend EZ Drums?
PS...As I sit here typing, I am 25 miles from Marfa.