Upcoming artist Carter Reeves has always thought of music more as a mood-lifter than as a competitive discipline. Raised in Massachusetts, he grew up singing along to Hall & Oates and Fleetwood Mac with his parents, jamming to the car radio and sifting through old CD’s and records. His parents encouraged him to take piano lessons – but he quit. They urged him to join the school chorus, instead, Reeves began playing around with some high school friends, and they started a band. They began to play a few gigs, and then a few more. And out of that small high school group, Aer was born. Reeves started touring with Aer straight out of high school, which means he’s lived on his own for longer than most other 23 year olds. The pressures of doing his own laundry and paying his own bills are routine by now, and behind the youthful falsetto and hipster look is an old soul. To Reeves, feeling good doesn’t necessarily mean partying till dawn. He often spends his Friday nights finishing whatever nonfiction book he’s been reading lately, although he’s just off a Murakami kick. Following the release of his newest single "These Days" he projects a very groovy track that will instantly grasp your ears. Starting the track with a soothing beat leading onto his sweet and luscious vocals he completes the track entirely. Explaining the track further it's about wanting to strive during this tough times and make the very best of it, "These Days" is meant to always stay positive through any struggles or anything in your way, just always trying to make the best of "These Days". To the vocals and production this track will surely get your body moving. Just perfect for a late night drive or hanging out by the beach with some friends. Go stream "These Days" and check out his discography which is filled with amazing tracks.