[SONG OF THE WEEK] Dreamcatcher – Fly High

This week, Dreamcatcher released a new single entitled “Fly High”.

The song itself starts with a soft, sultry piano track, giving one the idea that it would be a very chill song. However, just after a few seconds, the song picks up with an upbeat, k-rock tempo that almost sounds like it belongs to the opening of a drama. When taking a closer listen, one could definitely be able to tell that this group drew some inspiration from J-pop or J-rock, with instrumentals that sound very different from something released by a girl-group like Blackpink or SNSD, with a sound that could possibly belong to a more edgy rock genre. The harmony between the members of Dreamcatcher is just as good as it was in “Chase Me”, which was released earlier this year in January. While Dreamcatcher is not one of the bigger and more well-known girl groups, it should be considered that they deserve a lot more credit. The song definitely sounds unique, with its focus on guitars and drums throughout the song, which definitely gives the song itself a good “rock” feel. The music video contains stunning visuals, which adds to the appeal of this song. One example of this is the butterflies at the very beginning, which is difficult to distinguish as special effects or authentic. The choreography is definitely one of the deciding factors of any music video, and this song’s choreography definitely delivers. It looks like the members of Dreamcatcher took hours to learn the dance routine of this music video, as they are almost perfectly in sync throughout it. The music video does contain a dark theme, which is fitting to the song. The song itself, when looking into it, contains somewhat

The harmony between the members of Dreamcatcher is just as good as it was in “Chase Me”, which was released earlier this year in January. While Dreamcatcher is not one of the bigger and more well-known girl groups, it should be considered that they deserve a lot more credit. The song definitely sounds unique, with its focus on guitars and drums throughout the song, which definitely gives the song itself a good “rock” feel. The music video contains stunning visuals, which adds to the appeal of this song. One example of this is the butterflies at the very beginning, which is difficult to distinguish as special effects or authentic. The choreography is definitely one of the deciding factors of any music video, and this song’s choreography definitely delivers. It looks like the members of Dreamcatcher took hours to learn the dance routine of this music video, as they are almost perfectly in sync throughout it. The music video does contain a dark theme, which is fitting to the song. The song itself, when looking into it, contains somewhat

The music video contains stunning visuals, which adds to the appeal of this song. One example of this is the butterflies at the very beginning, which is difficult to distinguish as special effects or authentic. The choreography is definitely one of the deciding factors of any music video, and this song’s choreography definitely delivers. It looks like the members of Dreamcatcher took hours to learn the dance routine of this music video, as they are almost perfectly in sync throughout it. The music video does contain a dark theme, which is fitting to the song. The song itself, when looking into it, contains somewhat sombre lyrics, which is well-reflected into the video. This song does sound very different from the singles that Dreamcatcher has released in the past, but it does contain similarities to their song “Good Night”. In the past year, Dreamcatcher has shed their metal-rock image for something a little more “pop”. All in all, we do hope that this change brings more attention to this group of very talented girls.

 

-Lee