Kurt and Courtney, Thurston and Kim, and even Nancy and Lee. Memorable, offbeat alt-rock couples were popular enough in the 1980s and 1990s. And New Zealand wasn’t long in locating its own, in King Loser’s Chris Heazlewood and Celia Pavlova.
Chris Heazlewood - guitar, vocals
Celia Patel (also Pavlova/ Mancini) - keyboards, vocals
Duane Zarakov - drums
Steve Dean - drums
Lance Strickland - drums
Sean O’Reilly - guitar
Glen Campbell - vocals
Eighteen Wheeler Records
Members of the group were banned by their record company from talking to the media.
King Loser covered Bonnie Dobson's folk classic Morning Dew.
King Loser was formed by S.P.U.D.'s vocalist Geln Campbell, who dropped out of the group early.