The Bridge Theme SongBridge Theme Song
.... Hollow Talk is the name of the sound track for the Danish-Swedish detective story set.
Its title melody comes from the act Choir Of Young Believers from Denmark, which became famous for its popular tunes, orchestra and sinister texts. The group has had several number 1 hit bands in Denmark since its foundation in 2007 and was awarded "Best New Act" at the 2009 Denmark Music Awards.
The Hollow Talk is from the This Is For The White In Your Éyes cd. Some of the other favourite tracks are Action/Reaction, Serious Lover, Sedated and Next Summer. Over the years a number of tracks have been released on the sound track of the series of hits. Among them are 'Push The Sky Away' by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and 'The Lamb' by Little Scream.
for FX's'Bridge'; first screen track since Oscar Win
"Until I' m One With You" is published today (25 June) on his Axster Bingham Records; the show with Diane Kruger and Demian Bichir celebrates its premiere on 10 July. This show takes place along the Texan-Mexican frontier, an area where Bingham used to live as a teenager and where he came back for music.
"Corridos, Mexico' Folk Band - that was the first thing I learnt when I started. Bingham's tunes would match the show's rhythm very well. "The next day I get a call from Emerald Wood and he says he could be great for the lead," Bissell remembers. Having gone through Bingham's song, they didn't find a solution and led Bisell and Reid to get together with Bingham and senior staff from the show's manufacturing crew at Shine America, the networking and Bingham publishers' Warner Chappell.
Few months later, the Bridge crew got a demonstration of " Until I'm One With You". "We sent it to them and said that Ryan is open to feedback," says Warner/Chappell Sr. VP, Film/TV Music Creative Wendy Christiansen. It has a 13-pisode order - and each episode will contain three out of four tracks in Sean Pierce's scores.
A Bingham's older song, "Junky Star", will appear in the first installment, although the band's score is largely Spanish-speaking - Reggaeton, Norteno, Bandan - and Land for El Paso scene. Bingham, who won the Oscar and the Golden Globe in 2010 for his song "The Weary Kind" in the Jeff bridge striker "Crazy Heart", is currently composing tracks for an upcoming autumn recording.
As he worked with a very different group on his second song for visually impaired audiences, he found that the requirements were very similar.