This show starts with showing a girl in a glass elevator going upwards and seeing another girl, on another elevator, opposite of her. Only this girl, from her point of view, is standing upside down, it was like something out of an Escher painting.
This scene already shows off what this music video's visuals will be; whatever looks entertaining. There will not be any deep story telling or meaning behind the visuals, and if you do find them, you're clearly making them up and it was not intentionally put in there.
So that leaves the question; does it entertain me?
My answer is "meh, not really". Sometimes
it certainly looked good, but the drawn animation style the show started out on is sometimes replaced with either a very different drawing style, which was less good-looking but still alright, or very obvious CGI, which honestly felt like an eye-sore.
The girls go through various situations, ranging from a virtual reality shooter to singing on a stage. Most of these were fine, but when they end up in some surrealistic setting in which exclusively make-up and jewelry surrounded them it made these girls feel very superficial.
The song had a decent enough beat to it but the vocals ruined it for me. The voices were done by vocaloid, a program that generates a singing voice, which made some lines seem very unnatural; like saying you're ecstatic in the exact voice you were singing earlier. It lacks the personality given to a song by an artist, I might not have even noticed this if the lyrics weren't in english, but because they (mostly) were it was a big annoyance while listening.
The lyrics, which is about only needing yourself to be happy, seemed very cliche and didn't resonate with me at all.
If you're into vocaloids just for how it sounds this show is for you, otherwise it's not something I'd recommend.