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- Song Name: Fly
- Artist Name / Band Name: Maddie & Tae
- Produced By: Dann Huff
- Album Name: Start Here
- Release Date: January 26, 2015
- Genre: Country
- Record Label: Republic, Dot
- Written By: Taylor Dye, Maddie Marlow, Tiffany Vartanyan
- Performance: Peaked at No. N/A
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Maddie & Tae – Fly Review
Maddie & Tae had released the second single “Fly” of their forthcoming debut music album, “Start Here”. They have made a great, bold, thoughtfulness step with their innovative hit “Girl in a Country Song”. It rocked and twanged to No. 1 while laying bare the troubles with country music’s conduct of women in the bro-country regime. Rationally, the two women display an absolutely different artistic side with their second single.
“Fly” is an inspiring ballad, the loves of which may be easy to set aside if it were not give up with such certainty. There’s a sense of undisputable emotional concern as the two women blend their vocals together on the song, chiefly opting for subtleness in lieu of McBride’s style belting, nevertheless with a sense of progressively increasing exigency. It’s the initial time we have really acquired a chance to hear what beautiful accords they have.
The song reveals us a wholly different aspect at what the dual brings to the table with a slower pace enfolded around a lyric of inspiration to a hurting world. The song’s script is clever in its style as it is crafted, a little bit roughly which will permit room for the listener to pullout themselves and whatever circumstances they are up against into the song.
Fly was co-written by Maddie Marlow, Taylor Dye and Tiffany Vartanyan and produced by Dann Huff and Aaron Scherz. The song has got 170,000 copies sold in America since August 2015. The song peaked at No. 67 on US Billboard Hot 100 and debuted at No. 15 on US Billboard Hot Country songs.