About the Album

We Have Electricity is Balthrop, Alabama’s long-awaited full-length album, released on April 10th, 2012. The town expands its borders and explores new territory, telling tales of electricity and oil, brotherhood and death, happiness and woe.

About Balthrop, Alabama

In 2006, Alabama-born songwriter-siblings Pascal and Lauren Balthrop moved to Brooklyn to start a band and ended up founding a town. Balthrop, Alabama, with a population of 11 or so, is their bustling folk rock township.

Musically, the band travels the line between antebellum and antifolk, singing songs of love, dead people, and dead people in love. In 2007, they released their double-album debut, “Your Big Plans and Our Little Town,” on End Up Records, their friendly neighborhood record label.

See Also

The Electricity EP

The first single from
We Have Electricity
plus three remixes

Subway Songs

A paean to Elliot Smith
and 5 other underground hits

Cowboy Songs

A small-town love-tragedy
and 5 other twangers

God Loves My Country

Four songs of rebellion,
precipitation, and necrophilia

Your Big Plans
& Our Little Town

The double-deluxe
debut album from
Balthrop, Alabama

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