Congrats on the score. I have some catching up to do but I might as well start from the beginning and take my time. My first impression is that your production and mixing has finally gotten close to the prowess of your composition technique. But I care more about the writing itself.
Because your writing often involves progressing through harmonies without cadences that gives us pause to really reflect upon what was said before you already have established the next phrase, I shall focus on the relationship between the piano and violin. In the beginning, the violin in its high register is trying to allure the piano out of itself. The short, repetitive, descending two note motif in the piano hesitantly does end up heeding to the violins call to move from it's state of emptiness. The piano speaks and the violin sings along beautifully. I particularly like the passing tones the violin slides into from time to time.
This composition really is about the support of a friend. The stubborn friend needing the help of another to get them going. And the other friend needing the other to carry them through to the end once they do get moving. I can't help but think of this dynamic when the imagery I get is an ocean. The violin is the sail and the piano is the waves. The piano plays the secondary role, and although the violin will keep us moving, it is the weight of the piano that keeps us afloat.