High Diving Ponies on its new 7-inch, CVLTS and how less practice is a good thing

On Saturday, March 26, Kansas City’s High Diving Ponies will play its first show since December. The live ensemble should fill out the stage and swell the Brick with its chaotic, noisy jams. The Pitch recently caught up with frontman Josh Thomas for some real talk.

The Pitch: Why was there a three-month hiatus?

Josh Thomas: The last show we played was in December, at AJS Memorial Hall, with the Conquerors and Whyte Bitch. It was the last AJS Memorial Hall show. I fell asleep on the drive home and ran into a pole head-on. My shoulder and neck were all messed up for about a month. That kind of slowed things down.

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