Underground Lovers (sometimes stylised as undergroundLOVERS), are an Australian indie rock and electronic music band. The founding mainstays are Glenn Bennie (guitar, vocals) and Vincent Giarrusso (vocals, guitar, keyboard) who had formed the group as GBVG, in 1988. By May 1990 the duo were renamed as Underground Lovers and joined by Richard Andrew (drums), Maurice Argiro (bass guitar) and Philippa Nihill (vocals, guitar and keyboard).
Album: Evil Underground Lovers, 2009. From the remarkable "Leaves Me Blind", the second album from the Underground Lovers, this was the clip for the second single "I Was Right" sung by Phillipa Nihill, and directed by Mark Hartley (these days known as feature film director of Patrick and documentaries Not Quite Hollywood, Machete Maidens Unleashed!, and Electric Boogaloo. In 2010, music writers and critics John O'Donnell, Toby Creswell and Craig Mathieson named Leaves Me Blind as the 54th greatest Australian album in their book 100 Best Australian Albums.
Underground Lovers is the debut album by Australian indie rock/electronic band Underground Lovers, released in March 1991 "Looking for Rain" (April 1991) and "Lick the Boot" (August 1991) were lifted from the album as singles; "Lick the Boot" was also the band's first release in the UK. The band won the 1992 ARIA Award for Best New Artist. Studio album by Underground Lovers.
Underground Lovers - I Was Right (1992). Underground Lovers - I Was Right (Live in Sydney) Moshcam. Top Songs By Underground Lovers. 1. Losin' It. Underground Lovers. 619. 3. Can For Now. 563. 5. Your Eyes (Remix).
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|I Was Right||4:17|
|Yeah I Might||2:27|
|Know No More||2:54|
|863 759-2||Underground Lovers||I Was Right (CD, EP)||Polydor||863 759-2||Australia||1992|
|GU 2 46||Underground Lovers||I Was Right (12", Promo)||Guernica||GU 2 46||UK||1992|