(Neumos) In the dark shadow of Russia's recent antigay awfulness, Mary Lambert's story becomes even more razor-sharp. Describing herself as both "The Christian and The Queer" (even after being excommunicated from a Pentecostal church, then shunned in a local Evangelical congregation), Lambert rose to fame as the powerful female voice that jerked a whole lotta tears out of a whole lotta eye-holes with her chorus in Macklemore & Ryan Lewis's pro-queer anthem "Same Love." Lambert also wrote an extended version of that chorus—a full song, with a full string quartet, simply titled "She Keeps Me Warm." On her website, she states, "This song is not political. It's not about oppression or marriage equality. This song is a love song." She still also goes on to say, "I will not apologize for love. And my God, the God that I believe to be true, would never condemn love like this." Amen, sister! With Daniel Blue and Wishbeard.