Good Luck Affair
The Good Luck Affair is the brain-child of singer/songwriter Matt Morse, a longtime veteran of the Long Island music scene. Morse made a name for himself in a band called Blind Insight which received a tremendous amount of attention from the Long Island rock press for their youth and musical talent. After seven years of making records and performing, the group disbanded, due to artistic differences Morse continued writing while attending SUNY Stony Brook as a political science major. Influenced by his education and society in general, his song writing reached new levels of musical and lyrical depth. Upon graduating college Morse jumped back into the studio to record the five songs that became the Good Luck Affair EP. The EP was completed at VU DU Studios in Freeport New York with producers Mike Watts (producer of As Tall as Lions and The Junior Varsity) and Rich Leigey (former bass player of The Smash Up and Wheatus).