Lana Del Rey's Endless Summer Tour kicked off in Texas last night (May 7) at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, with tour mate Courtney Love. The Houston Chronicle reports that Love acknowledged the unlikely (yet wonderful!) pairing on stage, saying "The queen of rage and the queen of anguish — together."

Lana wore a sporty pink, blue and yellow-striped jersey dress and light pink sandals with big ol' blue flowers on them. Her hair remained flawless in what we can only imagine was some serious humidity (because Texas).

According to the set list below, Lana performed those new/unreleased songs that fans heard her rehearsing earlier in the day, "You Can Be the Boss" and "Serial Killer."

She also sang "Brooklyn Baby":

And "Video Games" (it's you, it's you, it's all for you, Texas):

Lana loves her covers, and last night she performed "Chelsea Hotel No. 2," as well as her take on the Peggy Lee version of "Why Don't You Do Right" (shortened to "Do Right" on her set list). The singer makes another stop in Texas tomorrow night (May 9), at the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas. You can check out all of her tour dates on her website.

Until Del Rey comes to a city near you, you can check out the set list and watch a fan video of last night's "Serial Killer" and "Do Right" performances below.

Set List: 
"Cruel World"
"Blue Jeans"
"West Coast"
"Born to Die"
"Summertime Sadness"
"Chelsea Hotel"
"Brooklyn Baby"
"You Can Be The Boss"
"Serial Killer"
"Video Games"
"Do Right"
"Off to the Races"