The nineteen year-old indie-electro artist releases a glitchy new single ahead of debut album.

At the tender age of 19, Caleb Peters has already been making some serious waves in the indie electronic scene. After his cover of “Sweater Weather” by The Neighbourhood went viral – he was lapped up by fans immediately. Going on to garner the attention from companies like Urban Outfitters, Peters has been joining forces with music industry mavericks like Lil B The Based God and Devualt, where he whips up an EDM remix to his song “Carousel”.

Adding more fuel to the fire, the young talent has just signed a piping-hot publishing deal with Neil Jacobson (the former president of Geffen Records) and his company Hallwood Media. With some high flyers in his corner, Peters’ new single “Hold” is just a taste of what’s to come.

“Hold” is a hyperpop dream. Peters’ digitized, syncopated vocals croon on about a girl, while a blown-out bass line propels the song forward. Glitchy, distorted, yet tender – synths pulse and patter from ear to ear. The perfect soundtrack to a daydream, if “Hold” is anything to go by – then Peters’ upcoming album is sure to fan the already blazing flames.

To listen to Caleb Peters’ new single “Hold”, head below…