When Uh Huh Her burst onto the indie electronica scene in 2007, a number of admirers were attached to Leisha Hailey’s character Alice Pieszecki, in Showtime’s long-running hit, The L Word. With the band’s first full-length record, Common Reaction in 2010 came the attention of music and TV fans alike, crowding into clubs, hoping to catch a glimpse of Hailey and her band mate, Camila Grey (Mellowdrone).
What most people didn’t know, is that although they may have discovered Hailey through her work on cable television, her first passion was music since way back in the early ’90s with alt-pop duo, The Murmurs. They went platinum in Norway. Hailey moved on to films, TV, and Uh Huh Her.
With this week’s release of the band’s sixth studio offering, Future Souls, available now on iTunes, Grey and Hailey have released an album that is easily their most sophisticated and sexy to date.
“We’ve been just getting ready, tour planning and merch receiving,” Grey said, calling from from their shared home in Los Angeles.
Behind-the-scenes of an Uh Huh Her music video.
Leisha Hailey, Camila Grey and Kate Moennig DJ and of course lesbians pay to hang out and watch.