Contains additional tracks Right As Rain (Guy Sigsworth remix), Right As Rain (Terry Farley & Leo Zero Box Energy Vocal) and Right As Rain (Terry Farley & Leo Zero Box Energy Dub)
Director of the song’s promo, Cat Botibol described the video treatment: “The video is inspired by a feeling of displacement that Alison described experiencing when she wrote the song. She found herself looking down at people from a high-up hotel window — feeling strange and like an alien, as they scurried like ants around the city streets. I flipped this on its head and shot Alison singing on her own, underneath the city in the vaults under Waterloo station. The crowds of people are represented in a projected world, casting light and shadow onto Alison. I brought the choreographer Ann Pidcock on board to work with Alison to move her body into awkward, angular shapes that took influence from the jerkiness of the track. We took some styling and lighting references from David Lynch’s ‘Eraserhead’ to further accentuate the feeling of displacement.”
“Changeling” was at one point in contention to be the name of the minutes album but was discarded when it transpired that Simple Minds had a song of that name and that Toyah Willcox had an album already called The Changeling.