I’m listening to “Really True Too” at the moment.
I love what you are going for but there are some things that i think would clean it up a bit.
I really like the vocal delivery with the sort of smeared delay. That said, it is making the vocals really washy and smeared. I am aware that it is a deliberate effect but it makes the whole mix quite messy. I would suggest using a side chained compressor (or Boz’s Big Beautiful Door or Imperial Delay) to have it so the delay/reverb is pulled back a little while you sing and comes forward when you stop. This would mean the delay is still there but not as prominent as to smother the vocals completely.
My only other criticism that I feel needs to be addressed is the guitar/bass relationship in the mix. The guitar feels very much up front, making the drums and bass feel a little small. The rhtyhm section (kick and bass) feel like they have no real guts to them. The top end of the bass is there and very clear, sitting well, but there doesn’t seem to be a lot of low end in the kick thump or bass notes.
I think the fact that there seems to be one rhythm guitar only that is fighting the bass and vocals for that centre spot.
I’ve listened twice now and I really like the song. The issues I had first off are not as bad now (which is why we can’t hear anything that needs changing after 4,637 listens of our own songs!), but they still are there to my ear.
I said it before but that vocal delivery in the verse is great and I would not lose that delay effect as it works well with the rising vocal, I’d just alter the way it comes through.
It could be the rock guy in me, but I’d want the guitar panned hard L or R and another guitar, playing something similar on the opposite side to open up the middle for the vox and bass.