Robert Fripp Performed ‘Peaches’ With his Wife Toyah Willcox

Robert Fripp, the founder of King Crimson, and his wife, singer, and actress Toyah Willcox, have released the newest cover from their Sunday Lunch series, this time doing “Peaches” by the Stranglers.

Last year, the couple started an internet series in which they performed renditions of Nirvana, the Rolling Stones, and David Bowie songs.

Willcox performs the track from the Stranglers’ first 1977 album Rattus Norvegicus while stirring a mixing bowl in the cover, which was recorded in the kitchen with Fripp dancing on the kitchen table.

Willcox told The Guardian in February that the popular video series was an attempt to keep her husband occupied during the lockdown.

A rendition of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman,” done on an exercise bike in a semi-translucent top, is one of the pair’s most popular videos. The video has received over 7.5 million views so far.

She also mentioned the couple’s enjoyment of the show, and also the delight it offered viewers.

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