I like it. It's very well made. I like how every phrase you try to add something new.if this is a recording,you guys sound pretty professional.which is an A+ trait to have. the thing i don't understand though,is the title of the name.usually,i only name my songs after i've completely finished them.this doesn't necessarily sound like you guys are confused,nor does it imply anything of the sort. perhaps have like intentional mistakes throughout the recording,or chords that just dont fit into the song.this sounds alot more like something you would listen to on a drive throughout the country,in my opinion. also,work on volume levels and dynamics.this song only has one volume right after the intro,which is loud. maybe tone it down a bit,and build up to a super-loud breakdown? other than that,you guys are on the right track. Great job!
Thanks for your feedback! A long time ago, the song sounded more like a person was in a state of confusion and so that's why we named it that. But as we became better musicians, we made a lot of changes to the song after the fact and we haven't really bothered to go back and rename the song. It's just how we refer to it. We'll take into consideration that the name might not necessarily fit the song anymore.
As for the dynamics, I guess that the song exporting out of the studio didn't translate as well-- we mastered it so that the volume would increase and stay at a certain volume so that the song never clipped, and I guess because all of the audio is so loud it all stays at the same maximum volume that we've allotted for it to reach. We'll go back and fix it so that the volumes and changes in dynamics can be heard.
We're band students... we never hear the end of it from our director if we don't put enough dynamics in either our performances or creations. Thanks for pointing that out though!