Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp cover The Offspring’s “The Kids Aren’t Alright”.

Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp took The Offspring’s ‘The Kids Aren’t Alright’ in second place Sunday lunch the years.

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Willcox and Fripp’s version of “The Kids Aren’t Alright,” which originally appeared on The Offspring’s iconic 1998 album, “Americana,” perfectly captures their emergence.

During the performance, Willcox can be seen waving a flag in front of a wind machine, while Fripp plays the guitar. In the description they explain “this week we are going to make a lot of noise with this real song”.

Check it out below:

The pair kicked off 2023 with a wild rendition of Republica’s ‘Ready To Go’, and in December they covered tons of holiday classics, including covers of ‘Jingle Bell Rock’ and ‘Rockin’ Around The Christmas’ Tree’.

Previously, Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp paid tribute to many rock classics, including covers of Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid,” Korn’s “Blind,” Megadeth’s “Holy Wars,” and Metallica’s “Seek And Destroy.”

Sunday Lunch debuted in 2020, and Willcox explained the following year that he started shooting the videos to help Fripp get through the COVID-19 lockdowns. Speaking to NME, he said that “they’re going to go a lot further” in the future.

Last year, Fripp revealed that the series had upset some King Crimson fans, but that, at 76, he was unfazed by its negativity. “My wife believes that artists have a responsibility to lift people’s spirits in difficult times. Do I respect that? My answer is yes, absolutely and completely,” Fripp said.

“We are very familiar with what people experience during childbirth. I mean, destroyed in a small apartment and your mother is dying and you cannot go to the funeral. My wife told me: if everything has been done for two years we have been able to help someone get over their bad drinking, it was all worth it”, he said.

Later this year, Fripp and Willcox will tour with Sunday Lunch. In June they announced a joint tour in 2023, and last month they revealed the full itinerary: 14 concerts during most of October. Check the dates here.

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