Chilean Folk Music-Influenced Pop Band Kiltro Comes to Cafe Du Nord
Kiltro is a Chilean-American band that blends traditional Latin American folk music with indie rock and pop. Fronted by singer and guitarist Chris Bowers-Castillo, the band’s music often features intricate instrumentation and heartfelt lyrics that explore themes of identity, heritage, and social justice. Kiltro’s sound is a unique fusion of cultures and genres, reflecting the diverse backgrounds of its members and the multicultural landscape of their home base of Los Angeles.
Since their formation in 2015, Kiltro has quickly gained a devoted following thanks to their dynamic live performances and engaging, heartfelt music. The band has released several critically acclaimed albums, including “Creature of Habit” and “The Great Protector,” which showcase their evolving sound and growing confidence as artists. Kiltro’s music has been praised for its ability to bridge cultural divides and create a sense of community and unity through the power of music.
Beyond their music, Kiltro is also committed to social and environmental activism, using their platform to raise awareness about issues like immigration, climate change, and police brutality. They have collaborated with organizations like the ACLU and The People’s Climate March to create music that speaks truth to power and empowers marginalized communities.