The band – made up of former Blind Melon bassist Brad Smith and guitarist Christopher Thorn, ex-Pearl Jam drummer Dave Krusen, and singer Chris Shinn – have been out since July backing up their recently released self-titled debut.

Unified Theory managed to squeeze in a few one-offs between opening for better-known acts, but now they’ve scheduled a monthlong, 16-city club jaunt as a headliner.

The tour launches November 1 in Carlsbad, N.M. after the band wraps its tour with V.A.S.T. on October 26.

It took a few years before Smith and Thorn decided what to do after Blind Melon disintegrated following the drug overdose death of frontman Shannon Hoon in 1995.

The band’s plans to carry on without the singer fell through and Smith attempted a solo career, while Thorn turned to producing. Eventually, the two regrouped with Krusen – an old friend – and lured Shinn away another group to form Unified Theory in 1998, releasing their debut album in August 2000.