Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox share wild new cover of The Rolling Stones’ classic Satisfaction
Perhaps inspired by Mick Jagger’s surprise new single last week (featuring none other than Dave Grohl), Robert Fripp of King Crimson and his wife Toyah Willcox have unleashed a new Rolling Stones cover for the latest instalment of their Sunday Lunch lockdown series.
The pair – alongside “mysterious stranger Sidney Jake” yet again – have tackled the Stones’ classic (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, not only performing with their seemingly-endless enthusiasm and energy as always, but also bringing a bubble machine into their kitchen. The outfits are no less toned-down, either, with Toyah covered in body paint following last week’s police uniform for Breaking The Law, and a bunny for Easter the week before that.
“The kitchen trio are hunting for Satisfaction this week!” reads the video description. “Joined by the mysterious stranger Sidney Jake…”
Of course, we’ve already had another awesome Stones cover from the rock and metal world this year, too: Ghost took on Sympathy For The Devil with The Hellacopters back in January. So who’s gonna be next?
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