Caleb Peters is a young singer-songwriter who has been on a musical journey for the past five years. Hailing from Detroit, the promising 18-year-old artist officially released his first original track in 2019 and has since been discovered by millions thanks in part to a viral TikTok cover of The Neighbourhood's "Sweater Weather."
2020 was a solid year for Peters, as his music career began to pick up steam with the release of "Carousel," a bubbly indie-pop jam. It earned a coveted placement on Spotify's New Music Friday playlist, and another soon after with fabled lifestyle brand Urban Outfitters, who incorporated the catchy tune into an advertisement.
Peters eventually tapped 25-year-old Orange County producer Devault to rework the sensational pop piece. The original version of "Carousel" is a heartwarming summertime smash that explores the challenges of a conflicting love, but Devault flipped it into a sultry house number, distorting Peters' vocals and pairing them with a hypnotic house beat,
Check out Devault's remix below, where he inventively reworks the soft single and molds it into a moody, atmospheric earworm.
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Similarly to Peters, Devault reached an early breakthrough in his career. In 2017 he was noticed for his remix of DJ Snake's "A Different Way," and has since released a number of high-profile remixes including those of Kehlani's "Undercover," 6LACK's "Switch," Alessia Cara's "Out Of Love," and Maroon 5's "Memories," among others.
Check out the official visualizer for the new remix below.