If you thought 2016's "Strangers" was as good as it gets, think again. This 30-minute companion to its predecessor will leave you staggering to your player in search of the repeat button. It's that good. Despite its brevity, the album explores a broad range of themes, including strained relationships, human compassion, solitude found and lost, and even suicide. Unwavering in the quality of its songwriting, Bury Your Name is a must for Nadler devotees, as well as new fans.
Favorite track: Give Me Your Gun.