Aesop Rock just dropped a new video for the song “Klutz.” Now while the song isn’t part of a new album, much like last year’s standalone single, “Hot Dogs,” the song is a digital single and the video is directed by Aes’ longtime video collaborator Rob Shaw. A physical 7″ version of the song, with artwork by street artist Stephen “Espo” Powers.
Of the song and video, Aesop Rock says,
“Here is something new – KLUTZ. Occasionally song structure eludes me and it feels good. No problem-solving or pesky hit chorus, just rambling. Klutz is such a moment. I had started a couple things to this beat before sacrificing it to the gods of not-shutting-up, but this seemed a fitting fate. I hope you enjoy it.
My longtime video collaborator, Rob Shaw, helped visualize my long-windedness, and I’m excited to have Steve Espo Powers gracing the artwork for this release. Thank you.”