Toyah Willcox and King Crimson’s Robert Fripp cover Toxic by Britney Spears
The next instalment of King Crimson’s Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox’s awesome Sunday Lunch series (which follows their Everlong cover) sees the pair showing their support for Britney Spears with a cover of the pop star’s massive 2003 single Toxic.
It’s a super-fun rendition backing the #FreeBritney movement, with viewers also then treated to some behind-the-scenes ‘bonus footage’ afterwards, which comes with the introduction of, ‘The one when Robert finally gets distracted’ – so stick around to enjoy the duo chuckling away together (it’s very wholesome and heartwarming).
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“Toyah & Robert hit it (baby) one more time with their Sunday Lunch outing which this weekend is a love letter to Britney Spears,” reads the description of the video. “There’s also bonus footage so keep watching right until the end!”
“I like the idea of covering songs that aren’t metal – it doesn’t make much sense to me otherwise,” she said. “I like the idea of taking something completely different, like Britney Spears, and doing it the Lacuna Coil way. Toxic is a pretty cool song and has some interesting vocal lines.”
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