Ryan Hunter Premieres “My House Is An Empty White Box Too” From ‘Bridge And Tunnel’


Ryan Hunter, the man behind NK and once frontman of fan favorite Envy On The Coast, has released a brand new original track, entitled “My House Is An Empty White Box Too.” The track comes from the soundtrack to the motion picture Bridge and Tunnel, which features a group of original tracks from Long Island artists such as John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday), Gabriel The Marine, and many more.

When speaking with New Noise Magazine, director Jason Michael Brescia had some thoughts on Hunter’s involvement in the film:

“Ryan Hunter’s music really added a ton of flavor to my movie and sort of serves as the backbone of the entire project in a lot of ways. I say this all the time but I don’t think I would have made ‘Bridge and Tunnel’ if Ryan wasn’t involved from the get-go. He made so much music for this project and I’m really proud of all of it. I hope he is, too.”

Visit New Noise Magazine to listen to the track.

Below you can listen to his original score for the film.

You can pre-order the soundtrack here. It comes with a free instant download of “My House Is An Empty White Box Too.”

Derek Scancarelli

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