The new video shows Liam, Keith, Maxim and Sleaford Mod’s front man Jason Williamson as fans have come to know and love them: hanging out in a disused shop in North London, upfront and unapologetic.

What makes the second record stand up so well is that, rather than succumbing to the temptation of rehashing the same sound, the band has pushed themselves into new musical areas. And as a consequence of taking this risk, there’s a raw edginess on the new album not present on the debut.