‘Shoot My Mind’ video clip now on Youtube

The first of a series of video clips from the new album 'Crossing Lines' has been released. It outlines the what the song is about in the tragic aftermath of an ended relationship and the obsessing thoughts of a lost love despite wishing these thoughts away. Despite the production done on the cheap it hopefully portrays the song's message well.  

Excellent photography by Sophie Siegel featuring the stunning model in Alyce Farmer.


The Supernaturals DVDs are now available

The Supernaturals DVDs are now available at Graham Bergroth Music. This product has had some delay in being released since the launch of the film in October 2013. The launch was a very big night which included screening of the film at Belgrave's Cameo Cinemas and a live show at the now closed down Ruby's Lounge. Ruby's Lounge was a room buzzing with celebration featuring an excellent night of entertainment from bands Silverstakes, Tom Tuena, Peter Carr, The Glenn Family Band, the Quickfix and the Supernaturals. 

The DVD itself shows the documentary following three weeks in the life of the band in which they release their first full scale album titled 'FOREVER' (available in Music and Merchandise an iTunes) and all of the drama the surrounded the launch.  

The film received a lot of positive reviews with many humorous and inspiring moments from these young blokes who dared to dream. It is strongly advised that you see this film asap. Buy a DVD today!


The ‘27’ gig at the Tote a success!

I would personally like to express my gratitude for all of those that came along and supported the Quickfix and the 'Crossing Lines' album launch collaboriting with the celebration of my 27th birthday. I have always said that if I am truly a rock legend that I would not live past 27 so it was go out with a bang! There was a respectable audience of 100 people at the gig which is not bad for a cold Sunday night.

A special thank you to the bands that performed in Silverstakes, Tom Tuena, Pete Carr and the Supernaturals. It is great to have the support of such talented acts. 

I would also like to thank the ladies that manned the merchandise desk in Lynny and Faye. It was good to see people donning the Quickfix merchandise and hope to see more of that at upcoming gigs. Sales were good on the night. Thank you to to Sophie for doing the photography on the night which can be seen in the gallery.

Thank you for all those who came along and we hope to see you all at the next gig.

Cheers, Graham.