No further explanation is needed: the music inherently explains everything it wants to.
Mere words are in danger of becoming a further, wanted layer of complexity sitting on a finely-honed stream of soundwaves.
So how does Ana Lola Roman tackle this quandry? The sensible way, which is to closely integrate the words with the sounds: Klutch is the result of symbiosis between the two.
Either element could exist in other states: the song as a stand-alone, the lyrics could fit another song. But the impact of both would be lessened by this switch.
Klutch, with its insistent proto-Krautrock rhythm and spluttering drums, is a simple pleasure performed brightly, and Ana Lola Roman‘s words, in the circumstances, a necessity. It’s briefer than you’d expect too; a short, intense shot of drum patterns and voices.
It’s not for everyone. But what is?