a four-hour line?
since you asked for some feedback, here's a little:
MUSIC: it's a little "urbanish," for me, given the setting. but that's just my take and "soundtracks" will rarely satisfy everyone. so, going with what you like is fine; it's your video, after all.
VISUALS: some shaky camera work occassionally, where composition and focus are concerned.
it SEEMS as if maybe (?) you're using a still-oriented camera that happens
to also have video capability, in which case you're inherently limited but, given that and that you employ a lot of still photographs, i'm wondering if you don't have the capacity to maybe dissolve from image to image, at least once in awhile, rather than the the succession of quick cuts, which tends to lend the slide-show effect, which can lull one to less-than-attentive sometimes.
in fact, when all of a sudden you're in the bar and the band is playing and there is motion and color, it got my attention. then, just as suddenly, it was gone.
again, if you're using a camera geared primarily for taking still pictures, you have limitations, but if you were not, if you're using a camera-for-video, i would wonder why you didn't use more motion pictures
than the stills.
props to you for asking for some feedback and looking to improve your work.
and thank you; it's nice to get a reminder of JH. (you also have proof of having ridden the tram.)