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The dry, anti-religion "Born Secular" was transformed into a moving atheist hymn, and closed the set. They returned to click fingers and sing a cappella The Shirelles' "I Met Him on a Sunday", popularised by Lewis's heroine, the cult singer-songwriter Laura Nyro.
Last year Lewis's main band, Rilo Kiley, made waves with their third album, More Adventurous, mixing indie rock with country tinges.
Whereas on the album cover they pout together like surly rock sirens, on stage they stood primly.
Their vocals, effortlessly reaching the same notes in uncanny fashion, fleshed out Lewis's gentle tones.
Here, skeletal arrangements made each song a masterclass in control.
The melancholy "Rise up with Fists", which mixed belligerence with wry humour, showed off her writing skills.