GLASWEGIAN singer-songwriter John McLarnon is gearing up to launch his much anticipated debut EP.

Combining soaring melodies and raw vocals, Thirty Two Winters acts as an exciting follow up to John's debut single, Snow Angels.

Influenced by fellow Celtic songwriters Glen Hansard, Damien Rice and Foy Vance, Thirty Two Winters weaves thoughtful powerful lyrics with sweeping folk-inspired instrumentation to produce an honest and exciting debut.

In addition to his songwriting, John is also an actor – most recently appearing as Killick in season three of Amazon's epic drama Outlander and in West End play Apologia alongside Tony and Emmy Award winner Stockard Channing.

He also played guitarist Outspan Foster in Roddy Doyle's hit show The Commitments in London's West End.

Launching his EP at a Glasgow show, this will be the first time this new material has been played live with a full band and promises to be a gig not to be missed.

John will be joined on the night by Glasgow-based DJ Lets Get Eclectic and support act The Miss's.

The gig takes place at Drygate Events Space on Thursday at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5 and includes an exclusive download code.