King Crimson legend Robert Fripp and his singer-actress wife, Toyah Willcox, paid tribute to late The Prodigy vocalist Keith Flint on Sunday (May 9) with a cover of The Prodigy's classic "Firestarter."

The vibrant cover version, released to honor Flint on the second anniversary of his death, is the latest in Toyah and Robert's Sunday Lunch YouTube series. In line with past installments, Toyah's costume choices — in this clip, body point beneath sheer clothing — draw the eye, while the guitar backing from Fripp and a "mysterious" accompanist named Sidney Jake fill the ear.

Watch the video down toward the bottom of this page.

"The kitchen trio take it to the extreme this weekend," the performers say in the vid's description, "BE WARNED!" Perhaps the notice is an indication of the rendition's striking visuals — during the performance, Fripp is also wearing stage makeup, just a little bit around the eyes. Not to mention his Lamb of God T-shirt.

At this point, Toyah and Robert's Sunday Lunch cover songs have become an expected and entertaining ritual at the start of each week. The project first caught many listeners' attention earlier this year when the husband-wife duo went viral with a cover of Metallica's "Enter Sandman."

Since they started the series, Fripp and Willcox have also covered "Barracuda" (Heart), "Silver Machine" (Hawkwind), "Satisfaction" (The Rolling Stones), "Gimme All Your Lovin'" (ZZ Top), "Breaking the Law" (Judas Priest), "Everlong" (Foo Fighters) and many more rock and non-rock songs.

Toyah + Robert Fripp, "Firestarter" (The Prodigy Cover) - May 9, 2021

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