Electro pop duo Uh Huh Her choose Jodi Sander's devious, sexed up animation to set their awfully suggestive track "Explode" to.
Uh Huh Her is an indie/rock/electropop band that was formed in January 2007. The band's name came from an album by artist PJ Harvey, titled Uh Huh Her. The band has mentioned several times changing their name to UHH (pronunciation "U-H-H"), as opposed to the full "Uh Huh Her". They believe the original name looks good in written form, but is awkward to pronounce. It is unclear at this time if the name change will be made official at any point.
Camila Grey (lead vocals, guitar, keyboard), former member of the lo-fi rock band Mellowdrone, had not released any solo material prior to joining Uh Huh Her; however, she had played bass and keyboards for a variety of artists, such as Dr. Dre, Melissa Auf der Maur, Busta Rhymes, and Kelly Osbourne. She was also a member of Adam Lambert's live band (keyboardist).
Leisha Hailey (backing vocals, bass, keyboard), formerly of The Murmurs and Gush, had temporarily left the music business to join the cast of Showtime's series The L Word as the character Alice Pieszecki. The band formed during filming of the final seasons of the show.
Originally, drummer Alicia Warrington had been Uh Huh Hers third member; however, she separated from the group early on. Several other musicians have performed with Uh Huh Her as hired session players, although some have been involved with the band on a semi-permanent basis. Uh Huh Her is generally still regarded as a duo, with the only official members being Camila Grey and Leisha Hailey.