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On opener 'Kick Song,' Lewis sat at the drum kit and smashed the hi-hat before strutting center stage. Known for her fashion sense, she wore black bell bottoms lined with fringe, black leather gloves, feathers mounted on her shoulders, a gold leotard and swung her bright blue hair around. "I know in Chicago you like it hard but also sticky and sweet," she prefaced the next song, 'Sticky Honey.'
During the duration of the one-hour set, ferocity burned in Lewis' eyes as her limber body seductively posed for the photo-snapping crowd. Jogging around onstage made her sweat profusely, so she constantly chugged a lot of water and used a towel to wipe herself off. She prefaced 'Uh Huh' by saying it was about an Australian she had a crush on who didn't feel the same way and encouraged the crowd to either plant a kiss on or give a love tap to their neighbor.
After flailing around on 'Got Love to Kill,' Lewis told the audience, "I'm gonna sign some s--- back there," pointing to the merchandise table. "If things get crazy, I have seven bodyguards and a horse-drawn carriage waiting." She ended her set on the disillusioned ballad 'Suicide Dive Bombers' and came back for one encore, the titular track from her fourth album, last year's 'Terra Incognita.' Once the song ceased, she took a bow with her band and was finally stationary long enough to breath.