The music video may, or may not, be to your taste. However, it is undeniably influenced by the events following last August disorder in Clapham Junction. (Something highlighted by the artist in his direct marketing of the video.)
What heartens me is that even months after the riots, the outcomes remain overwhelmingly creative and positive.
If you did like the music it was released today and is available from iTunes.
[I'll confess, I'm not sure about the b-side cover on iTunes, but then I still carry emotional trauma from my school disco.]