Produced in 1997, Estonian shoegazers Pia Fraus began slowly after get together while in senior high school in Tallinn. Guitarist/vocalist Rein Fuks and guitarist Tonis Kenkmaa produced the music group with bassist Reijo Tagapere and drummer Joosep Volk. Reducing their teeth over the noises of Stereolab and My Bloody Valentine, the group attempted synthesizers and recruited vocalist Kristel Loide and keyboardist Kärt Ojavee. The music group resolved on the name Pia Fraus in fall 1998 and started documenting in 1999, documenting the one “Blå.” That program was soon accompanied by the documenting of “Moon Such as a Pearl,” afterwards featured for the Estonian Unsigned compilation on Procedure B Information, and on the Clairecords’ Atlantic Blossoms disk. The group quickly began regular documenting classes at Forwards Studios in Tartu, Estonia. 2001 noticed the release of the debut disc, Question What It’s Like, independently Pia Information label. The recording included remixes by Estonian electro rings Njuu, Galaktlan, Snafu, and Lobsand Dorje. Pia Fraus instantly started to perform frequently in Eastern European countries, and their cover of “Condemnation” was presented for the 2001 Depeche Setting tribute disk No Hidden Capture on Kaleid Information. These early produces attracted the eye of California’s Clairecords, who released the band’s In Solarium Compact disc in 2002. Made by Njuu’s Hendrik Luuk and Galaktlan’s Taavi Laatsit, the recording showcased the band’s atmospheric wall structure of melodic noises. Loide married immediately after, getting Kristel Eplik. She amicably remaining the group and was changed on vocals by Eve Komp. With Komp up to speed, the band after that released its third studio room effort, Character Heart Software program. In 2008, dealing with Teenage Fanclub’s Norman Blake as maker, Pia Fraus released After Summer season.