UTG PREMIERE: Vinnie Caruana – “It’s Been Way Too Long”

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Under The Gun Review is pleased to announce that we are premiering a new track by New York’s own Vinnie Caruana. “It’s Been Way Too Long” is an original track off of the soundtrack for the motion picture Bridge and Tunnel, which has been making waves across film festivals countrywide.

Since its inception, the independent flick has been ridden with the musical stylings of Long Island natives. The soundtrack, which is going to be released on vinyl through Enjoy The Ride Records, will feature original tracks by John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday), Gabriel The Marine, Ryan Hunter (NK, Envy On The Coast), and of course, our good friend Vinnie Caruana (I Am The Avalanche).

The official soundtrack release show will be held at Webster Hall in New York City on December 29 and feature John Nolan, Vinnie Caruana, Dan Pursino and more.

Check below the jump to listen to the world premiere of Caruana’s new track and to see an official trailer for the film.

Director Jason Michael Brescia says that if it weren’t for Vinnie, the soundtrack probably wouldn’t have turned into the passion project that it has.

“I don’t think I would have gone as far as to produce an entire soundtrack for the film if Vinnie didn’t sign on board,” Brescia said. “For my generation he’s one of the pivotal figures in the local music scene, and his sound is so iconic to the island. I remember when I first heard his solo record City By the Sea, I said to myself, ‘I need this sound in my movie’.”

To order the official Bridge and Tunnel soundtrack, head over to iTunes.

Derek Scancarelli

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