It's actually a pretty good song, you used pretty neat synths and there was enough variety. It felt a bit empty at the beginning though (0:00 - 0:41). I think that's because the beat didn't develop. Throughout the whokle song the beat stays the same: kick and clap. You could've added some hihats, or maybe even a ride cymbal playing together with a kick, because now I have the feeling that something is, well, missing.
Other thing I noticed: your kick loses its power throughout the song. When you listen to the first few seconds of the song, the kick is really present, and that's good, because it's a nice kick. Then, when you skiip to 2 minutes later, the kick has become much softer. I'm not sure how this has happened (probbably a mistake in EQing) but it sound a bit strange. The claps can still be heared well at the end, which makes it even more strange.
Also, the bassline. Good choice for a bassline synth, a basic sinus (I always use filtered sawtooths but a sinus is good as well), but it kinda overrides the lead synths. You can clearly hear this at 1:15. The part before that point had no bassline, and the lead synth felt present, but after that it became less, which is because the bass was overriding it. The weird thing is that the bassline doesn't even sound that loud, so this has probably to do with the bass synth having too much, eh, bass. Maybe you used a Bass Boost or increased the lower frequencies or something, but to get rid of the overriding bass, you need to keep those lower frequencies down a bit, even though this is a bassline.
Last but not least: what's with the volume drop at 1:07-1:08? That's really a weird thing to hear, when suddenly the volume gets taken down for a sec. I'd like an explanation for that. :P
Anyway, that's my honest opinion.
Can you return the favor on my latest song, plox? :)