The Redlands Palomino Company are a UK country rock band. The band was formed in 1999 in London, and features husband and wife singers Alex Elton-Wall and Hannah Elton-Wall.
They have made regular festival appearances in the UK and in Norway, France and Spain over the last 12 years and have toured extensively with a wide range of Americana artists including: Richmond Fontaine, The Sadies, Peter Bruntnell, The Rockingbirds, Tift Merritt and The Deadstring Brothers.
The band is described by The Guardian newspaper as "Alt-country heroes", and BBC Radio 2's Bob Harris as "Exceptional". The Sun newspaper wrote "Her voice soars like an eagle over the Rockies, and British or not, there are moments on this record that more than rival the real deal". Drowned in Sound described them as "one of the most exciting bands on the UK Alt-country scene".
The band released two albums, By the time you hear this... (2004) and Take Me Home (2007) and the EP She Is Yours (2008) on Laughing Outlaw Records. In 2011 they signed with Clubhouse Records and released their third album Don't Fade on 13 June 2011. The recording of a fourth album took place in the Forest of Dean in 2012.