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One-man-band. Henrique Neves. 40 years old Brazilian. Self-taught musician since the 90's. Bedroom indie pop rock songwriter. Lo-fi producer. DIY mixer. Love The Beatles, The Beach Boys, British Invasion, ABBA, Pixies, The Smashing Pumkpins, Oasis, Blur, Supergrass, Weezer, Guided by Voices, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Neil Young and more.
Hey daily spreadsheets...thanks for the submission. Overall - nice song! I have some feedback though this "type" of song or more of the genre is one that I'm not that active in these days. Have you considered shortening up the intro? It's unfortunately the climate that we're expecting at most 4 measure intros these days. But no matter either as with the rock genre it might not be as important. I do have one potential game changer ideas here for you - and this is really specific to the genre here. I think you could have a stronger 2nd melody. And what is a 2nd melody - that's my terminology for it - but it's really "the riff." Meaning most all great rock songs (or any huge copyrights) have a copyrightable 2nd melody that identifies the song completely outside of the lyric/melody ever being sung! That one piece took me 20 years to figure out - but there's more on that here and think it could be a game changer for you or anyone who wants to apply it: https://www.benjamingroff.com/blog/2nd-melodies-aka-the-riff Hope it's helpful!
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