Toyah formed a band with her husband and musician Robert Fripp in 1988. Known as Fripp/fripp, the band line-up consisted of Toyah, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn and Paul Beavis.
- They performed concerts across the UK and Europe. In 1989 they changed their name to Sunday All Over The World and toured Europe, including a handful of UK dates. The concerts predated any recorded or released material. They released an album in 1991 including some but not all of the material which they had performed live. Two other songs made it onto Toyah’s solo album Ophelia’s Shadow.
- ALLMUSIC review commented: A collaboration between guitarist Robert Fripp and his wife, vocalist Toyah Wilcox, Sunday All Over the World is an arty, ambitious project that attempts to push the boundaries of pop music. Much of Kneeling At the Shrine is indeed intriguing. Wilcox is a daring, gifted singer, posessing a graceful, soaring soprano. Fripp proves that his reputation as one of rock’s most challenging and inventive guitarists is well-earned, as he creates endless layers of highly texture soundscapes. Along with Trey Gunn (playing a Chapman Stick) and drummer Paul Beavis, the duo has created an album that is fiercely cerebral, inventive and intriguing.