Not sure how I missed this, but I'm glad I found it. This single is really good, guys. Tokyo Confusion is EDM, but with a really dark under current that feels straight out of 1983. It's not full-on retro, but it definitely has that vibe, kind of how Orange Caramel songs and videos gave off a feeling of being of a different era despite being totally contemporary. Honestly, you could change the instrumental to something more simple, and it would fit right in with Orange Caramel's catalog. This here arrangement is dense, though. There are a lot of things going on, and much of it is drenched in DUB levels of reverb. I'd say the girls sound great, but their tracks are heavily processed, but in a good way that fits the recording. The chorus is friggin' catchy, and that funky synth-harpsichord riff is pure win. The video is low-rate, but again, in a good way. It fits the music, and the VFX are appropriate and cool, often times accentuating music-editing effects like stutters and such. This might be my favorite UF song of 2019. It's so good.
Uchuu no Onna wa Amakunai is more conventional, but carries a similar vibe as Tokyo Confusion. It's not nearly as successful, though, and the video is annoyingly low-budget, although the effects during Hikaru's rap are pretty sweet. It's a good B-side, but I doubt I'll be skipping past many songs to get to it in a playlist.
This is really strong debut single -- probably the best thing they've done yet -- and a really great sound for this group. It's a direction that allows them to be serious or silly, or both at the same time (like are in Tokyo Confusion). I really hope the thrid album isn't perma-canceled, because this makes me excited about Pink CRES again.