- 26 Jul 21
It's a part of Fripp and Wilcox's cover series, Sunday Lunch.
King Crimson founder Robert Fripp and musician and actress Toyah Wilcox have shared a cover of 'My Generation' by The Who as part of their Sunday Lunch video series.
The married couple performed the classic track from 1966 in what they dub "one of YouTube's most famous kitchens," with guitarist Sydney Jake.
Toyah mimics Roger Daltrey's trademark stutter from the song, as they play the tune with a punk aesthetic featuring mohawks and pigtails.
The duo have taken on other iconic songs, such as 'Enter Sandman', 'Rebel Yell' and the Sex Pistols' 'Pretty Vacant'.
Meanwhile, The Who had to cancel their upcoming UK and Ireland tour in February due to COVID-19 concerns.
Surviving members of the band Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend expressed their disappointment saying that they were "very sorry that we have to cancel our planned March 2021 UK and Ireland shows.
Please excuse the delay, but we wanted to wait as long as possible to see if we could indeed play them. However, as you can see, the current situation makes this impossible. Thanks for all your wonderful support and we hope to see you in the future when conditions allow.”
Check out Robert Fripp and Toyah Wilcox's version of 'My Generation' below: