The New Album: Previously Unreleased Songs from the Early Sixties (or simply The New Album) is an album by The Everly Brothers, released in 1977.
It was originally released by the British division of Warner Bros. and re-issued in the U.S. by Collectors' Choice Music in 2005. It consists of previously unreleased tracks recorded by the Everlys for Warner Bros. in the '60s. "Empty Boxes," and "Nancy's Minuet" were B-sides although the version of the latter is an alternate take. "Omaha" was recorded by Don Everly for his 1970 solo album.