If you grew up on 2000s country radio, then you likely know about "Leave the Pieces" by The Wreckers.

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The song was released as the duo's debut single in the spring of 2006 and reached number one by September of that year. It would be one of the most-played songs on country radio in 2006.

The Wreckers were comprised of pop artist Michelle Branch and singer-songwriter Jessica Harp. Despite both having solo careers and aspirations, they joined forces and signed with Maverick Records/Warner Bros. Nashville. They released their debut and only studio album to date in 2006, titled Stand Still, Look Pretty.

The album would produce two more singles, including the top 10 hit, "My, Oh My."

Unfortunately, they would disband after 2007 -- focusing on solo careers once again. Harp would reach the top 30 in 2009 with her only solo hit, "Boy Like Me."

But after being away from the country music scene together for 13 years, it finally appears The Wreckers are making a comeback together. They created a new Twitter account and teased new music in 2021!

We still don't know any details but the teasing has worked for excitement from country music fans.

"Leave the Pieces" is one of those past Country hits seemingly everybody knows and "My, Oh My" and "Tennessee" (their other two singles) were great as well.

Pumped for 2021 now!

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