Bulgarian born, Falmouth based harpist and singer songwriter Floralyn George will take the mic at the Jacob's Ladder in Falmouth on Thursday ahead of the launch of her debut EP When Light Falls Asleep.

The 21 year-old alternative pop artist will be performing mostly original compositions ahead of a short UK tour in support of her new record, while also raising money to support Macmillan, the British Heart Foundation and the Blue Cross for Pets.

Born into a family of musicians, Floralyn George she has been singing and playing the harp for more than 10 years, with performances not just in the UK but as far away as Macau and Hong Kong as well as Serbia, Greece, Egypt and Bulgaria. When Light Falls Asleep embodies her unique sound, intertwining the range and dynamics of her voice with enchanting harp playing, mixing diverse texture of pop-rock, electro, dance and ambient.

The evening starts at 9pm on July 27, with support from guitarist Toby Cook, and admission is free.

The EP will be released on July 30, and the first single will appear soon on Vevo.