I really enjoyed the nostalgia trip this track gave me. That chord progression and electric guitar put me back in highschool when I would music that would sound like this to get through major outdoor runs for gym class.
It was amusing how the intro sounds like it's going to be in a minor key, but the "transition" to the major key works so well once the other instruments kick in. Although, I will say that the intro reminded me a lot of the intro to "Pumped Up Kicks" (though the two tracks diverge once we get to the main part of this entry).
The vocals were particularly well done - nice effect on them - the "grating" sound of the distorted voice ties in with the sort of whiny nature/immaturity the lyrics come across as to me. What also really stood out to me was the addition of the chiptune, though I do struggle to say it actually works with the rest of the piece. It felt invasive when played alongside the vocals, but on the other hand, it was neat to see if being used to transition from the verse to the chorus. I'm not really sure if the mixing was really the issue; it's possible the issue is also with the choice of chiptune instrument itself. Have you tried using a wave that is more similar in sound to an electric guitar? I also wonder if the original wave used in this entry would have complemented the vocals better had the vocal filter been removed.
Overall, I think the song is a banger, especially when the chorus hits. I do see the connection between the music and the vibes I get from the artwork's colours (and of course, the electric guitar in the picture).