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Uh Huh Her delivers colorful electropop tunes like "Not A Love Song," "Another Case," "Human Nature" and "Innocence." Audiences from the U.S. to Europe line up to snag tickets to see Uh Huh Her LIVE in concert! Purchase Uh Huh Her concert tickets now.
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Uh Huh Her Concert Tickets

Camila Grey and Leisha Hailey are Uh Huh Her. The LA-based synth-pop duo takes strong influences from the work of PJ Harvey and Ladytron in its fusion of indie rock, pop and electronic sounds. In fact, the name of the band itself is taken from the title of one of PJ Harvey’s albums. If you like bands such as Metric and Le Tigre?, then you have to get Uh Huh Her tickets today.

Uh Huh Her’s career path has been a bit different than that of most bands. Hailey came to the band after making music with a different duo, The Murmurs, in the 1990s. After a brief stint on the television show “The L Word,” she joined up with Mellowdrone bassist and keyboardist Grey to write and produce a full-length album titled I See Red in 2007.

Consequently, given the duo’s prominence in industry circles, their first show wasn’t played in front of a handful of people at a coffeehouse like most indie groups. Instead, Uh Huh Her’s debut performance was in front of a packed house of industry professionals, fans and critics. However, despite the pressure, the band was able to deliver in a big way, going on to produce hit after hit in the following years.