On the surface, this is Levellers-by-numbers - an unchanged vocal style, similar instrumentation (there's still a fiddle - yay!) and an upbeat arrangement combining to make a rousing single.
But gone are the overtly political lyrics, to be replaced by abstract repetition. It's almost like the fire's been snuffed out.
The interesting stuff is the backing tracks, none of which are to be found on the album - especially the sinister Galahad, replete with gorgeous Hammond.