Rino Millares is a songwriter from Granite Bay, California. Originally from the Philippines, he grew up listening to Pinoy rock bands of the 90s like the Eraserheads and Parokya Ni Edgar. Mostly influenced by the legendary Eraserheads frontman Ely Buendia, he started writing songs back in 2001 and it has been his passion ever since. Decades later, he has decided to share his songs to the world by producing and releasing his songs to mainstream media.
Sung in Filipino (Tagalog), “Multo” (Ghost) has the pain-stricken, turmoil-ridden lyrics of a break-up song; a man haunted with the memory of a former love interest. She’s always in his mind, and it is causing him grief and agony. This is set against a back-drop of high-energy, rip-roaring 90’s Pop Rock arrangement. Song opens ups with crunchy, gritty & ripping guitar work, and ends with the breeziness of acoustic guitar. This unique contrast makes “Multo” a very enjoyable Pop Rock listen.