Toyah and Robert Fripp are at it again – Louder

The perky twosome then go on to perform Billy Idols 1983 hit Rebel Yell, with Fripp making Steve Stevens original guitar part sound extremely King Crimson-esque. When it comes to Toyah? She does what Toyah does. National treasures, the pair of them.

Over the last few months, former pop star Toyah Wilcox and King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp have actually delighted the nation with their Sunday Lunch efficiencies, a series of ad-hoc cover variations that have provided audiences an intriguing insight into life in the Wilcox/Fripp home..

( Image credit: Google) Now the spirited couple have released a video to thank their fans.
” Last week you acquired over 2.7 m views,” checks out the on-screen text, as significant music plays. “And made the video trend worldwide! We are so really humbled … thank you!”.

Its all been ticking along rather well, but last weekends performance, which saw the pair deal with Metallicas Enter Sandman with practically disconcerting gusto, has catapulted the frisky duo into the global spotlight.
According to Google Trends, which tracks the appeal of search terms over time, searches for Toyah Fripp have actually increased worldwide over 1000% in the last few days, including 10s of thousands of fans to Wilcoxs YouTube account. At the time of composing, the Enter Sandman video has actually been watched almost three million times..

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