Daisy released its first single “My Body is Falling Apart” in 1991 which Michael Stipe produced and provided back up vocals on. Michael Stipe also produced “The Hum of Life” and “Undoing”. The single “Brave Mr. Real” b/w “My Dog Died” was released in 1991 and produced by Dave Barbe (Mercyland and Sugar). In 1992 their only album The Hum of Daisy, produced by Michael Stipe and Dave Barbe, was released, winning them nominations and awards at the Coca Cola Music Awards in Atlanta. Daisy went on to receive many favorable reviews in numerous fanzines, and magazines, including write ups by David Fricke (senior editor of Rolling Stone), Fred Mills (The Bob), Flipside, Maximum Rock and Roll, and others. Michael Stipe called Daisy "a band of contradictions" mixing their noisy guitar pop with happy melodies and dark subject matter.