They released their sophomore record titled "Nocturnes" in late summer/early fall of 2011.They then released EP3, a collection of their old songs re-imagined acoustically.Shortly after Common Reaction's release, Uh Huh Her was dropped from Nettwerk, prompting Grey and Hailey to start releasing music independently., released in late 2010.In Spring of 2011, Uh Huh Her released a second EP titled "Black and Blue" and finished a tour promoting it in May 2011.I also love the fact that all the pressure is not on me; we get to share it. It’s only six weeks —not a long tour— and this is a one-off record, so we have nothing to lose.  We are equally divas at different times —that is the beauty of it. Probably I am most proud of the fact that I’m still doing it. But I am quite confident that will happen eventually. Back in 1997, you were dating singer Leisha Hailey of The Murmurs. But I am probably the biggest diva because I’m the oldest. Speaking of divas: I remember interviewing Madonna for your cover story and at the time, she told me: “I worship k.d.” Are you two still galpals? I don’t know if we are still friends; we don’t talk or anything.
Hailey also co-wrote the Shakira hit song "Don't Bother" for her 2005 hit album Oral Fixation Vol. From 2004 to 2009, she starred as Alice Pieszecki, a journalist, television, and radio show host, on The L Word.
The concept strikes me as Wilson Phillips for the Coachella Generation. Thankfully, because it is less kitsch and more substantial. Are you looking forward to touring North America with them all summer long? I don’t know because I feel like I am still in the middle of it. I’m looking forward to coming up with my next record, which I have been working on for three or four years.
A lot of the dates are festivals and outdoor shows, and I love that atmosphere of celebratory and joyful venues for music. There are so many —and many more to come, hopefully. I just can’t seem to get all the pieces to fit together yet. I think I’ll just leave it at “No comment.” Do you have any desire to become a bride now that gay marriage is legal? Some days I feel like: “Yeah, I would like to get married.” And then other days, I am like: “Why?
“I grew up in Austin, and with the Chronicle,” says Grey, who left Austin in 1998 after graduating high school – “not to date myself.
It’s been a minute since I lived [in town], but I still consider it home and still have family there.” She’s also looking forward to participating in this historic Pride that will be forever known as the first, post-marriage equality. There was no Gay Straight Alliance at my school.” Grey’s timely return was orchestrated by the lez-event production company, Girls With Flair! Yes, the same ones that brought Ruby Rose to Austin, not once but twice.