It's pretty good. One thing to note when you're making music is to not let a certain instrument hog the stage too much, as so to speak. Diversity in instruments really keep things fresh. There should also be ups and downs in the song, which is needed so the same thing doesn't drag on for too long - gives it the feeling that it's traveling somewhere. Making music is a lot like telling a story. What instruments make you feel a certain way? When you put certain together, do you feel something different? Does the feeling make sense with the sound before it? Keeping these things in mind while creating your music not only allows for more complexity and diversity in the sound you create, but it induces emotion in people, and that invisible connection in music is what really speaks to someone's soul. You know, they'll teach you chords and scales in schools, but they'll never teach you how to properly wield sound. Music is all about what you feel.
Thank you :) I'll definitely keep your advice in mind for the next song I make.