Implicit Demand for Proof is a song recorded for the eponymous debut album, Twenty One Pilots. It features as the first track on the album. The album is unavailable for physical purchase but the track can be purchased digitally and streamed from various services.
The song begins with a melodic piano piece which introduces the listener to the primary melody of the song.
The track evolves quickly into an angsty piece that details Tyler Joseph’s struggle with his religious doubt, a theme the group would continue to explore further throughout their career.
Tyler goes as far as to bait God, or “implicitly demands” proof of His existence. He questions his power and His presence, even if it means God strikes Joseph down in the process for his blasphemy.
|Writers, performers and producers||Tyler Joseph, Chris Salih and Nick Thomas|
|Twenty One Pilots|
|About||Twenty One Pilots • Tyler Joseph • Josh Dun|
|Albums||Twenty One Pilots (album) • Regional at Best • Vessel • Blurryface|
|EPs||Three Songs (EP) • Migraine (EP) • Holding On To You (EP) • Quiet Is Violent (EP) • The LC LP • Double Sided|
|Singles||Holding On To You • Guns for Hands • House of Gold • Car Radio • Fairly Local • Tear In My Heart • Stressed Out • Lane Boy • Ride • Heathens • Heavydirtysoul|
|Tours||Mostly November Tour • Blurryface World Tour • Emotional Roadshow World Tour|