A look at the 60s with Eugenia Post Meridiem
It’s time for the velvety psychedelia of the Eugenia Post Meridiem, dreamy and hypnotic they will insinuate in the wrinkles of your summer dreams. With “Low Tide” they caress a melancholic soul in a 60s crescendo that holds a Laurel Canyon dream. “Blue Noon” is a lysergic and poetic lullaby that
leaves its mark, “Mad Hatter” confirms the psychedelic and visionary soul of the band, a trip between rhythm changes, games of mirrors and free improvisations.
This is our interview, on the occasion of their performance on the WeRoad stage of the Mi Ami Festival in Milan, Italy.