Be you dull sexual tourist or fond of Bohemian history, I hardly believe you to find a match between (ex) Czechoslovakia and noise-rock. And even harder would be for Gian Lorenzo Bernini to think that a czech shoegaze band would have been named after his famous sculpture.
Pigment wins hands down the challenge for the most joyful cover ever, with a sound certainly closer to Shields rather than to Halstead. Jan Muchow and friends continued into Sussurrate, then with more electronic stuff (mostly due do the fact that they got stolen of all guitars).
How much Bernini was fond of shoegaze, it goes without saying.