‘Zeitgeist’ followed in 1995, going on to become the band’s first and only number one album.
1997s ‘Mouth to Mouth’, provided them with their biggest hit to date in “What A Beautiful Day” and the more experimental ‘Hello Pig’, their last on China Records was released in 2000.
The band returned in 2003 with an extra member in Matt Savage and the ‘Green Blade Rising’ album; followed in 2005 with ‘Truth & Lies’.
The Levellers first release via their own "On The Fiddle Recordings" label, the idiosyncratically political ‘Letters From the Underground’ was released in 2008. Seen by critics and fans alike as a return to form, it was their most successful album since Mouth To Mouth in 1997.
‘Static on the Airwaves’ arrived in 2012, again hitting the UK album charts unaided by a major label and 2014s updated ‘Greatest Hits’ album continued their DIY chart success. The 2015 documentary ‘A Curious Life’, explored the band’s rise and fall via drug fuelled despair and back again, thriving in the present day – still uncompromising and without corporate backing.