The group started to perform in 2013. The original idea was to form a group performing Estonian folk music, which is inspired by old traditional folk music and also the music of today. Trad.Attack! uses voices from archive recordings as head vocals and composes it with their own original music.
Trad.Attack!’s goal is to perform in every country in the world. Within two years Trad.Attack! has played in 28 countries: Estonia, Latvia, Poland, USA, Germany, Finland, Malaysia, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Norway, Denmark, Belarus, Italy, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Netherlands, China, South Korea, Malta, Canada, Portugal, Belgium, Brazil, Spain, France, Chile, and Sweden.
The band has played at many prestigious showcase-festivals including Tallinn Music Week (Estonia), Folk Alliance (USA), V-ROX (Russia), Eurosonic (the Netherlands), Sound of the Xity and Strawberry Festival (China), Minas Musica Mundo (Brazil), WOMEX World Music Expo (Spain), Trans Musicales Festival (France), Womad Chile Festival (Chile), and Summerfolk Music and Crafts Festival (Canada).
Trad.Attack! is the winner of Estonian Ethno Music Awards 2016 – Best Band, Estonian Music Awards 2016, – Best Band, Best Album, Best Ethno/Folk Album. In 2015, Trad.Attack! won Best Band, Best Album and Best Song title at Estonian Ethno Music Awards  as well as Ethno/Folk album and Music Video of the year at Estonian Music Awards 2015. In 2014, the band won Best Band, Best Album, Best Song, Best Newcomer and Radio 2 special award at Estonian Ethno Music Awards 2014,
- Sandra Vabarna – bagpipes, vocals, jew's harp, whistles (2013 – present)
- Jalmar Vabarna – guitar, vocals (2013 – present)
- Tõnu Tubli – drums, vocals (2013 – present)
- "Kullakarva" (released in May 2017)
- "AH!" (2015)
- Trad.Attack! (2014)
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