I find it important to have a good reverb, it can make such a huge difference. As for delay, I can even use the simple sample delay that comes with Logic (in case you do), it has only 2 faders but it can do wonders.
Basically one of the faders is for the left channel, the other for the right one. So you can delay one side of the stereo channel, and you will have a huge effect. It will make the sound track very wide. Just want to share this
As for your track… I'm listening right now. Sounds good so far. Nice effects with all the percussions, cymbals, etc. I like that
Nice progressive way into the break. Good calm atmosphere.
The main part is good too. Seriously I think you have the basics to make a solid track already, I'd focus on improving stuff now. Invest some money into proper plugins, it can make a huge difference. Get a good saturation plugin, a good EQ, a few good compressors, a good reverb. That's the most important if you ask me. And of course good instruments.
Keep it up