Liz Huett Releases Stripped Down Cover of Cheat Codes' 'Put Me Back Together': Premiere

Liz Huett
Sarah Barlow

Liz Huett

Liz Huett dropped her cover of “Put Me Back Together” by Cheat Codes and Kiiara just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Released on Thursday (Feb. 14), the up-and-coming pop singer’s bright voice shines on the love song as she sings, “You take me high when I’m dropping low/And you show me places I've never known/Even when we’re just riding ‘round town getting stoned/Boy you put me back together again.”

For her version of the 2018 track, Huett stripped the song of its electronic elements and bass drop in favor of a warmer, more organic sound that focused on the lyrics.

"The first time I heard it I was floored,” she said of the Cheat Codes original. “It's the first time I've related to a song I didn't write in a such a raw way and the melody and lyrics are so beautiful, it cut straight to my heart. I just had to sing it and I wanted to put a more stripped version out that highlights how simply great the song is.”

Before launching her solo career, Huett spent three years touring as a backing vocalist for Taylor Swift. The singer-songwriter released her debut single “STFU & Hold Me” in August 2017 and is expected to drop more new music later this year.

Stream “Put Me Back Together” below.


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