SNOW PATROL'S show in Dunfermline will be remembered for years to come after a "phenomenal" performance on Saturday night.

The Dundee-formed rockers sold-out the Alhambra as they took to the stage at the weekend to play an acoustic set for charity.

The intimate show was in aid of the Craws Nest Trust.

Claire Fletcher, PR manager for the Alhambra, reflected on one of the venue's greatest ever evenings.

She said: "Words can't do it justice. From the moment they walked on the stage, the atmosphere was electric.

"It's definitely one of the best gigs we've ever had.

"They had the audience in the palm of their hands and performed all the hits that they would have expected.

"It's great to have a big name like them coming to Dunfermline and performing at the Alhambra.

"It will go down in history as one of our greatest nights for sure.

"There wasn't a seat to be had and the sound was incredible.

"The quality was so good it was like listening to their albums.

"I can't thank them enough for taking time out of their busy schedule to play this gig. They really wanted to do this for the charity.

"Let's keep our fingers crossed that we can get them back here some day!"

Eager fans had queued outside the Alhambra from as early as 3.30am on the day tickets went on sale and the show sold-out in record time.