Jakob Dylan and his band haven’t mounted a full tour since 1998 but they’ll knock off the rust during a short string of club dates starting September 26 at Bimbo’s 365 Club in San Francisco.

They move on to Atlanta, Chicago, Toronto and Boston in a run up to the October 10 release of Breach, the follow-up to their 1996 smash, Bringing Down The Horse.

That album – the Wallflowers’ second – spawned the hits “6th Avenue Heartache,” “One Headlight” and “The Difference,” proving that Jakob was not merely riding the coattails of his dad, Bob Dylan.

The Wallflowers spent much of the early 1990s on the Los Angeles club circuit, getting their start at the Kibitz Room of local hangout Canter’s Delicatessen. Their self-titled 1993 debut sold about 40,000 copies and the band lost its recording contract, only to re-emerge with Interscope and the breakout sophomore album.

A heavy tour schedule followed until the Wallflowers took a long break in 1998.