Eleanor Tomlinson will release an album of folk-influenced covers this summer.
The 25-year-old actress is best known for her role as Demelza in Poldark.
Titled ‘Tales From Home’, the album will feature Tomlinson covering a collection of classic hits, including Carole King’s ‘Tapestery’, Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘Homeward Bound’ and Bonnie Rait’s ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’.
Also included is a rendition of Scottish folk song ‘The Spinning Wheel’, recorded with her brother Ross.
The London-born star commented: “I’m incredibly excited to announce the release of my debut album ‘Tales From Home’. To have the opportunity to perform some of my favourite songs with Anne Dudley’s brilliant new arrangements has been wonderful, not to mention working alongside my brother Ross.”
She added: “I would like to thank the Poldark fans who inspired me to make this album. Without their support, this would not have been possible.”
‘Tales From Home’ will be released on 4 May and is available to pre-order on Amazon now.
Filming concluded on the fourth season of Poldark in Cornwall earlier this year and the eight new episodes will air in the UK on BBC One this summer.
Set in 1796, the upcoming fourth season will see Ross defend Cornwall from an empowered George Warleggan, while Demelza finds her loyalties torn and Elizabeth tries to strengthen her marriage.
The complete first and second seasons of Poldark are available to buy on DVD now.
Season 4 will air in the US later this year on PBS.