SOME of Cumbria's most promising solo artists will be performing live in Carlisle next week.

A live band fronted by Keswick musician DelaGrave will headline at The Source Collective, in the Atlas Works, on Friday 20, supported by Marblmoon and Ben Rowlands.

Serving as a warm-up for her appearance at Kendal Calling next week, this show sees talented vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Lauryn Graves try out some of her own re-worked songs.

Since launching her solo project DelaGrave, her music has been featured frequently on BBC Radio Cumbria and her song Clean was played on The Huw Stephens show on BBC Radio 1 last year.

Her songs draw on a diverse range of musical influences, including Etta James, Tame Impala, Alt-J and Pink Floyd.

Support act Ben Rowlands is the guitarist in her live line-up, which also comprises George Stephenson on bass Robert Simpson on drums and Richard Hanking on synth.

Main support Marblmoon is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter based in Carlisle. Her music and lyrics have been described as ethereal, mellow and magic.

She has been playing gigs for seven years and has recently started a YouTube channel where she shares covers of well-known songs in her dreamy style.

Her EP, Glitter and Gold, will be released later this year.

Teenage musician Ben Rowlands, who also performs under the name Dalzell, primarily records using an acoustic guitar and a loop station.

He has featured at the Touch Down Festival in Workington, including last weekend's event supporting the likes of Mallory Knox and Jolan.

Next Friday's show starts at 7pm, and entrance is payable on the door.