WikiLeaks, the international organization responsible for disseminating confidential and unreleased documents of interest to the public, has just released its latest leak. Sighs of relief were audible across Washington D.C. earlier this morning when the most recent trove of confidential information was released. While it left some news pundits scratching their heads, bluegrass aficionados have been worked into a frenzy. Rather than the traditional data dump of classified government documents, WikiLeaks decided to move in a different direction, releasing bluegrass tunes four never-before-heard tracks which are speculated to be by The Kitchen Dwellers.
WikiLeaks have cited that the partial album leak was obtained by an unnamed source close to the band who confirmed they are off the Kitchen Dwellers’ new album, Ghost In The Bottle, which is due out on April 21st. While the partial album leak has not yet been verified by additional sources, it contains four songs. WikiLeaks alleges that Bill Payne of Little Feat is featured on “Gypsy” and “Buckle Down,” while Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth can be heard on a track titled “Guilty,” in addition to one song straight from the Dwellers called “This Time.”
Live For Live Music reached out to the Kitchen Dwellers for comment. The band confirmed that Ghost In The Bottle will be out April 21st and is available for pre-order here. However, when pressed about the veracity of the partial album leak, The Kitchen Dwellers chose not to comment. You can listen to the leaked songs below for yourself. This is an unfolding story, and we will update this post as more information comes to light.