This is an NGADM Round 4 review.
I, for one, think this NGADM submission of yours is the least developed/fleshed out, but has the most impressive sound design and ideas from all the NGADM tracks you've made. Examples of ideas I enjoyed would be the combination between electronic and orchestral elements, the little soundscape in the intro, the way the drums evolved, the unexpected but sweet change at 1:56, and your low-key but surprisingly satisfying ending.
Nothing to complain about when it comes down to the sounds you used, the production, etc. This track doesn't have the muddy low end you have a habit of incorporating, and it still offers the excellent palette of sounds you have a habit of incorporating. The drums especially are fantastic. I'm hearing a lot of clarity, sharpness, variety in the drum sounds you used and also that neat 808 tom at 0:53. The glitching is fairly standard but pretty enjoyable!
I pretty much agree entirely with johnfn. This sounds like it lacks development, mainly in the foreground. Unlike in your previous track, over here the glitching and impressive sound design aren't enough to drive the song forward in a memorable fashion, making this sound noticeably directionless (until 1:56 where it veers off into a different direction momentarily).
Also, the string sounds you used sound a bit dull, which is the total opposite of how you used the strings in your Round 1 track, where they were a lot more vibrant and enveloping. This might just be because of the sample you're using, but it also has to do with the fact that the melody you play on the strings doesn't really go anywhere. They seem to be used for what might have been intended to be a motif that unifies the track together, but ended up sounding a bit banal and redundant.
I think this is an improvement from your last track, and while so far I've always found your Round 1 track to be my favourite, you've got some golden ideas here and the usual sublime sound design to top it all off. Solid job!