Was there a reason you chose to make the music in 3 different tracks rather than connect them in some way to make a single longer piece?
More great feedback! Thanks Seren.
In answer to your question; the truth is it never even occurred to me to connect the tracks into a single piece. As I was making them I wasn't sure if they were going to end up being used as instrumental/interlude type tracks for a previously existing music project or if I should release them as something new altogether. Ultimately I decided on the later as they seemed to work better without the juxtaposition of my other music, but they stayed single pieces of a length that I'm used to working with. In my head they are very separate entities as well. The first piece is like a soundtrack to a memory in my head of a summer night when I was younger spent with friends I barely see any more, the second, featuring acoustic guitars that to my ears now sound like violins or something, is about using psychological smoke and mirrors to avoid confronting ones loneliness and the third piece is simultaneously about somebody taking a shortcut through a cemetery with a friend and then later visiting that friends grave in the same cemetery.
I guess those thematic differences don't determine that it couldn't just be one long piece though, with separate movements. This is something that I will consider in the future now that you've brought the idea to my attention!