SNOW Patrol's sold out live album launch takes place at The 1865 on Monday.

Reworked sees the band taking a range of their classic tracks and revamping them into alternative versions.

They have planned an exclusive launch party for Vinilo Record Store.

Quarter of a century after they started out as a student band at Dundee University, they're still flying, gloriously and unpredictably, by the seat of their pants.

"The great and terrifying thing about our band," declares their leader and main songwriter Gary Lightbody, "Is that everything has always happened as it's going along. There's been very little masterplan. We allow things to happen as much by accident as by deliberate intention."

Their biggest commercial success came with 2006's Eyes Open and spawned Chasing Cars, which was heard during an emotional scene of the second-season finale of the television show Grey's Anatomy. It was also nominated for Best Single in the 2006 Grammy Awards and was later used in the British hit comedy Gavin and Stacey. In November Eyes Open had become the UK's best-selling album of the year, overtaking previous leader Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not by Arctic Monkeys. Despite very strong sales for Take That's comeback album Beautiful World, Eyes Open marginally earned the title of the UK's best-selling album of 2006, with 1.6 million in sales. The album reached platinum certification in the US as well, selling over 1,000,000 copies.

During the course of their career, Snow Patrol have won seven Meteor Ireland Music Awards and have been nominated for six Brit Awards. Since the release of Final Straw, their 2002 major label debut, the band have sold over 16 million records worldwide.including a greatest hits album in May 2013.

Reworked, which was released last month to celebrate its 25th anniversary, includes reworked versions of old songs, three new tracks and a tour to follow its release.