Toyah and Robert Fripp Cover Foo Fighters’ ‘All My Life’ – Watch
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Toyah Wilcox and her husband, King Crimson’s founder Robert Fripp, recently shared their rendition of the Foo Fighters’ 2002 hit “All My Life.”
The new cover from this duo is their latest episode on their YouTube series “Sunday Lunch,” which started during the pandemic in 2020 when Fripp’s tour was cancelled. While Fripp plays the song’s melody on an electric guitar, Willcox sings lead vocals while putting paint in different colors all over her body.
On the description of the video, the couple wrote:
“This week we get a painting lesson from Toyah…. Nothing more to say!!”
The pair have been doing covers of rock classics in their segment, including The Cranberries’ “Zombie,” The Who’s “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” Green Day’s “Basket Case,” The Clash’s “Should I Stay Or Should I Go,” and The Stooges “I Wanna Be Your Dog. In recent weeks, Willcox and Fripp covered songs by Grace Jones, Rage Against The Machine, INXS, Hole, Radiohead and Garbage.
Watch the video below. Some of the comments said:
“Oh, you crazy love-birds! You make me smile every time!”
“Mad as a box of frogs and that’s what we like about the pair of them”
“The world’s a better place with you guys in it , love it. Keep up the great work”