Consequently, this is the first thing of theirs I've heard since Seishun Manmannaka, and I'm pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoyed it! It's such a bop, and I can't wait to hear the rest of the songs on their single! The music video also took me by surprise; I don't know where UFP suddenly found the money to spend on better looking MVs but I am CERTAINLY not complaining (I haven't been following H!P closely for two years haha). The girls look sharp and cute in their suits, and I'm also very impressed by how they can dance in those pencil skirts. That's such an achievement. I can barely walk in one. They dance en route, before, during and after their job interview. The lyrics sound motivational and inspirational as h*ck, PLUS there's even a cameo by a certain former H!P member....
Sound intriguing? Well, let's watch the MV together!
Also, I've just now realised that Tsubaki wasn't this big when I last saw them. When did they add new members?
... Course not! It's Kumai Yurina! Going from the look of mild surprise, she didn't hear her interviewees approaching. You should probably get your hearing checked, Yurina.
Well, to say this is the first Hello Project video I've watched with the intention of reviewing it, I'm impressed! I'm also a little disappointed because the budget is a lot better than I've ever seen it so I can't make fun of any cheap effects/costumes, because there aren't any or they don't look as noticeable. Still! I hope UFP keep this up, and I also hope that when they next come into some money, they can perhaps hire a proper translator rather than parsing their lyrics through Bing.
Anyway, Shuukatsu Sensation/Waratte/Hana Moyou will be released on July 26th in 3 regular and 4 limited editions! Thanks for reading this review, and I hope you'll join me for the next one!
Love Aiko xo