Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox return to masking the band that actually despatched their “Sunday Lunch” performances viral with a rendition of Metallica’s “Search & Destroy” within the newest version of the favored YouTube collection.
It was the married couple’s model of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” in January 2021, that includes Toyah using an train bike whereas sporting a revealing high that took the “Sunday Lunch” collection to new heights. That clip has racked up greater than 8 million views to this point.
The brand new cowl of “Search & Destroy,” which is misleadingly titled “Search and Destroy” within the YouTube title — making us initially assume it was a tackle the Iggy & The Stooges tune — finds Fripp ripping by means of the thrash riff whereas Toyah sings the early Metallica basic. Carrying a camouflage hat and a tied-off white shirt, Toyah breaks out a few squeaky Christmas toys through the refrain, changing “search” with “squeak.”
Fripp, the founding guitarist of King Crimson, just lately addresses backlash he’s obtained from sure followers of the legendary prog-rock band who’re turned off by the couple’s campy tackle rock classics. “My spouse mentioned to me, if all we’ve finished in two years is assist one individual by means of their dangerous time, it’s all value it,” the veteran musician informed The Telegraph. “So I’m undecided if that meets a standards of serving what’s highest in music, however for me, it’s an actual enterprise that I respect. And I’m fairly ready to strap on a guitar and rock out to a basic riff with a purpose to obtain it.”
He added, “At age 76, why ought to I give a fuck? That is my life.”
Fripp and Toyah have gone the heavy route with their newest “Sunday Lunch” covers, together with renditions of Black Sabbath’s “Youngsters of the Grave” and Pantera’s “5 Minutes Alone.”
Earlier this yr, Toyah teased a “Sunday Lunch” tour for 2023, though no dates have been introduced but.
Watch Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox tackle Metallica’s “Search & Destroy” within the video under.