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Listen to Uh Huh Her "Not A Love Song"


Uh Huh Her is the hotness. The emerging electro duo from Los Angeles combine lush vocal harmonies with multi-layered instrumentation and emotionally-charged melodies. Plus, thhey look like they stepped right off a Wallpaper photo shoot, which only adds to the ear candy that is their music. If you opt for sweet & crunchy than Uh Huh Her is your kinda thing.

Uh Huh Her is the brainchild of musician/actress Leisha Hailey, formerly of alt-pop band The Murmurs who currently appears on Showtime's hit series The L Word, and Camila Grey, bassist and keyboardist with lo-fi rock band Mellowdrone, who has also worked with Dr. Dre, Busta Rhymes, Melissa Auf Der Maur, and Kelly Osbourne. AfterElton.com named Haily entertainment's sexiest woman in 2007.

The two started collaborating together after friends introduced them. They immediately created a music bond that resulted in Hailey and Grey began making music together at the beginning of 2007 that led to their debut EP "I See Red." Since the, the group has been working on their full-length debut that will be out in stores on August 19.

The group says in a press release that their debut turned out a lot more poppier than they initially thought. We wrote a lot of it before we went in the studio, but we wound up re-cutting everything," Grey says of the 11-track album. "We wanted to make a commercially appealing record. Sometimes the song just calls for it and you can't fight the pop," Hailey laughs. "I like that it's eclectic and not just one thing. That bores me in a record. We never wanted this band to be small."

First single from the group's debut album is "Not A Love Song," which you can sample in the ArjanWrites.com music player below.

July 7, 2008 in Uh Huh Her | Permalink


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Reminds me a bit of Wendy & Lisa gone solo, found in the '00s, swirled back with a mid-80s british rock meets radio ready flavor.

Posted by: Demetrius at Jul 8, 2008 5:58:23 AM