SNOW Patrol have let slip they may be at TRNSMT festival this year following their performance in Glasgow this week.

The Northern Irish band hit the SSE Hyrdo stage on Thursday as part of their tour after releasing their first album in seven years.

And as the group walked off the stage, frontman Gary Lightbody was heard to say 'see you lot at TRNSMT' to fans.

The band also tweeted following the gig saying they will be playing in Scotland 'a lot' this year and 'see you soon'.

The tweet said: "Glasgow! Thank you for another awesome night in a city we have been blessed to have many awesome nights in. First time in the amazing @TheSSEHydro. Been too long since we played in Scotland. We’ll be playing a lot here this year! Thank you all. See you soon.”

Glaswegians have been eagerly awaiting the announcement of this year's line-up for the festival on Glasgow Green after performances by The Killers, Biffy Clyro, Franz Ferdinand, The Script and more have rocked the city over the past two years. 

The festival is set to take place from Friday, July 12, to Sunday, July 14.