Hailey returned to her acting roots, while Grey decided to dabble in DJ'ing.
Dabbling quickly spiraled into diving when she joined forces with two friends to create LUC, an upscale lesbian party to counter L. The trio didn’t have a budget to pay for DJs so the job fell squarely on Grey. The two had been friends long before UHH formed and prior to Grey and Hailey’s romance.
Camila Grey (born Camila Cristinna Gutierrez; January 6, 1979) is a Los Angeles based musician currently performing in the duo Uh Huh Her and also the "Supergroup" Summer Moon composed of Nikolai Fraiture The Strokes, Stephen Perkins Jane's Addiction, and Noah Harmon Airborne Toxic Event. Her work includes the soundtracks to Something's Gotta Give, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, Catwoman, and the television show Nip/Tuck. After meeting at a party, Grey began working with Leisha Hailey (actress on The L Word and former member of 1990s group The Murmurs) on songs which would be released in 2007 on the EP I See Red. The venues wouldn’t give him a hard time when settling or he’d growl. While I do that I will usually look at photo books and art books that I’ve collected. Grey - Pro-tools (I know I’m a dork) When I bought it, it allowed me to be so creative as far as production and layering sounds. I sit in front of that computer and create weird beats and synth patches. We also think that Chewbacca would make the perfect tour manager. Loading equipment in and out would be a breeze for him. I light some candles and listen to old records on my shag rug in my studio. Grey - David Bowie, Bjork, Philip Glass, Brian Eno, Angelo Badalamente, Dr. Hailey - Tina Fey, Elizabeth Peyton, Axl Rose, Jim Henson, John Lennon, David Hockney, Sarah Silverman, Charlotte Gainsbourg. The creative masterpiece you wish bore your signature? The best thing you ever bought, stole, or borrowed? Los Angeles based Uh Huh Her is a dynamic pairing of musician/actress Leisha Hailey (of the Murmurs, and plays Alice Pieszecki on The L Word) and singer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Camila Grey (Mellowdrone bassist and keyboardist). Inspired by a PJ Harvey B-side from the identically titled 2004 PJ Harvey album, their band name was born. This indie electro-pop duo’s second CD, Common Reaction releases this week, 19 August. We just watched Away from Her in the van and we both had tears rolling down our little faces. I love the idea of my whole world being taken over by love and infatuation.