All Souled Out

Souled American: nonchalant, near-experimental primitivism
photo: Hiroyuki Ito
Souled American: nonchalant, near-experimental primitivism

In sparkly miniskirts, keyboard bedecked with cartoon fish, the group seemed to relish its new incarnation, Amelia shimmying intently then chatting to the audience. "This is the only one of our songs you could vaguely pogo to," she joked before launching into a sprightly encore of "Venn Diagram." But the more fitting closer would've been "At the Lost and Found," about bonding instantly with a stranger who resembles the singer's dead friend. The song surges through achingly sweet harmonies before dropping down to the ghostly refrain "Lost you/Found you." Heavenly fans might say the same. —J. Yeh

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