Shishi Yamazaki’s incredibly artistic and abstract music video features a Japanese girl and what seems to be her clones frolicking carelessly at an unknown breadth of space.
The film is beautifully animated with fantastically complimenting colors. The plot within the music video seems to be of a girl coming out of her shell as she finally expresses herself fully. The scene where the girl’s face is emerging from a delicate-looking flower and proceeding to indulge on the unknown plasma is quite symbolic of this transformation.
The video overall resembles a hallucinogenic trip with the girl getting comfortable with her nudity and bodily reactions as well as her indulging in the unknown and swimming through space with joy.
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