The band is currently in Europe finishing up a run of dates, including Rock En Seine in Paris (August 25), the Connect Festival in Scotland (August 31), Electric Picnic in Ireland (September 1) and Carling Brixton Academy in London (September 7).

TJ&MC’s brief U.S. trek will hit clubs and theatres on the West Coast, beginning with a stop October 20 at House of Blues in Las Vegas. Other scheduled shows include House of Blues in Anaheim, Calif. (October 22), The Wiltern in Los Angeles (October 23) and The Fillmore in San Francisco (October 26-27).

Opening for the band will be Lemonheads frontman Evan Dando performing a solo acoustic set and U.K. outfit Soulsavers featuring Mark Lanegan.

The last time the TJ&MC played live together was in 1998. Earlier this year, frontman Jim Reid said things were “such a bloody awful mess” that the band “just blew up.” He also said that’s one of the reasons that the band reunited, adding, “… that was no way for the Mary Chain to end.”

In addition to Reid and brother William, the band’s new lineup includes guitarist Mark Crozer, former Lush bassist Phil King and ex-Ride drummer Loz Colbert.

Since their performance on the mainstage at Coachella in April, the band have played more than a dozen dates together, made an appearance on “The Late Show with David Letterman” and introduced a new tune, “All Things Must Pass.”