Review: Nórdika – Fly (Single Mix) (Synth-Pop) Drew Wilson | June 13, 2018 This review covers the synth-pop track Nórdika – Fly (Single Mix). This track was released in 2015. It was released with 5 remixes. The track starts with vocal samples, synth, and then some piano elements. After that, the vocals start in shortly after. Essentially, the vocals is more of less a love song. They paint a picture of want with a dash of emotional desire. Part way through, the track switches key. This gives a certain amount of variety to the track and it does, in fact, help it stand out better. What I really like about the track is the piano and synth portions. This really makes the track a joy to listen to. The problem is that the vocals are simply decent. They’re not bad, but the quality of the other elements overshadows the vocals a little. I do get a sense of repetition towards the end of the track in the lyrics. This sense is dulled by the fact that the track switches key at around this time. So, the repetition is barely noticeable. If the lyrics were changed up somehow, the end portion of the track would have been stronger. In the end, this is a track with its share of strengths and weaknesses. the strengths include the synth and piano. The changing of the key certainly elevates the quality of the track. The vocals are decent, but the strength of the synth may have made this seem more of a weakness than it really was somehow. It’s a pretty decent track to listen to in spite of this, though. Score 7/10 Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Google+.