New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the wondrous and ambient track “Mountain Trip Guide” by Pia Fraus. The song’s atmosphere is interpersonal, resonating a familiarity and tranquil mood. The song is full of luscious sounds, painting imagery that feels remote, almost isolating. Pia Fraus entertain the idea of feeling abandoned by yourself in such stunning areas, even if that area is within the depths of yourself. “Mountain Trip Guide” is sure to bring a formidable emotion to the forefront of one’s life. The song now has an accompanying music video, which can be seen below. “Mountain Trip Guide” is off of Pia Fraus’ recent record, Field Company.

“This one has got much of its inspiration from Scottish mountains and trips to Scotland we’ve made with our friends and bandmates. I like that, in the end, this song that had started off from almighty nature, gained an even erotic undertone. It has some hazyness, overwhelmingness, a feeling that you’ve got lost in the mountains or simply in your own feelings.” – Pia Fraus

Purchase Field Ceremony here: North America (Shelflife) | Europe (Seksound)


The dreampop veterans in Pia Fraus are back with their first full-length album in almost a decade. Released on Seksound (Europe), Shelflife (US), and Vinyl Junkie Recordings (Japan), Field Ceremony is a triumphant return for the band, bringing back their signature dreampop sounds alongside fresh takes on pop structures.

Pia Fraus started in 1998 in Tallinn, Estonia when six art school students (Rein Fuks, Reijo Tagapere, Tõnis Kenkmaa, Joosep Volk, Kristel Loide and Kärt Ojavee) came together.

They released four studio albums, plus a handful of EPs and singles, shared the stage with the likes of Ulrich Schnauss, Animal Collective, Frida Hyvönen and have been remixed by Teenage Fanclub, Ulrich Schnauss, Airiel, to name but a few.

Eve Komp (vocals, synths, metallophone), Kärt Ojavee (synths), Rein Fuks (guitars, vocals, percussion), Reijo Tagapere (bass), and Margus Voolpriit (drums) come together once again to produce Field Ceremony. The album has been mixed and mastered on analog desk by the band’s longtime friend Lauri Liilvak.



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