As the Robbie Daw points out, this version shares a lot of DNA with some of the extended versions of songs by producers like Shep Pettibone from early in Tennant and Lowe’s career. Meanwhile, Rolling Stone has Ulrich Schnauss’s take on the track, which sounds very much like an Ulrich Schnauss remix of the song: spacey and full of floaty synths.
Elysium may not be the triumphant dance record a lot of Pet Shop Boys fans want it to be, but the remixes from the singles have proven that the duo is still interested in what goes on in the clubs. In fact, the most recent issue of Literally discusses how they deliberately chose to avoid the EDM sound, which is probably smart. The best Pet Shop Boys records use a dance sound that is contemporary without being faddish.