Frazier Chorus was a pop group from Brighton, England. A pop group without a drummer, bassist or guitarist, they unusually instead utilised flute, clarinet, bongos and hush-hush vocals.
Originally a four-piece, they signed to British indie record label 4AD Records and released one single, "Sloppy Heart" on that label in 1987. Shortly afterwards they moved to Virgin Records, and achieved reasonable chart success with a string of melodic pop songs about Dream Kitchens, Happy Eaters and Little Chefs, all taken from their 1989 debut album, Sue.
With the emergence of the indie-dance scene in the early 1990s the band changed tack. One band member was dismissed for pretending to be lesbian and singles from their second album Ray were remixed into indie-dance floorfillers by a number of top remixers, including Paul Oakenfold, Chad Jackson and Youth. The band were restyled from the fey indie pop band of 1989 into an act more like The Beloved and If?.