The 19-year-old Billie Eilish recently released her debut album "WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?" and fans can't get enough of her beautiful music. One of the songs on the album is called "ilomilo" and people have been wondering what it means.
The song is about the fear of separation from someone you love and tries to describe how it feels to not be able to find them again after you lose them. The lyrics were written by Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell, who is an executive producer on the track.
In this song, she references the video game 'ilomilo' (which means "love you" in Italian) to illustrate her feelings about not being able to find the person she loves. In this game, the two characters Ilo and Milo have to complete quests and reunite with each other in order to progress.
As the video game goes on, it becomes harder for them to reunite and this causes their relationship to become more unstable. The video game is a 3D puzzle platformer, developed by Southend Interactive and Microsoft Games Studios.
In her interview on Radio Energy, Billie Eilish said that 'ilomilo' is one of her favorite tracks she has ever written and that it was inspired by the sound effects in the video game. She also confirmed the 'ilomilo' lyrics are about the fear of losing someone you love.
The song was also written in response to comments that she receives on social media. She says that her self esteem is affected by them and she has to work hard to overcome it.