The Los Angeles band the Dream Syndicate was hardly&nbsp;the city&rsquo;s most successful&nbsp;rock band during its existence in the 1980s, but for a few brief years, it was one of its most accomplished.Best known for its 1982 debut album, &ldquo;The Days of Wine and Roses,&rdquo;&nbsp;the Dream Syndicate tore its own&nbsp;ragged hole in the city&rsquo;s music scene, even if it never achieved the success of, say,&nbsp;the Bangles, Black Flag or the Red Hot Chili Peppers.&nbsp;On Thursday, the band&rsquo;s stubbornly original guitarist, singer-songwriter&nbsp;Steve Wynn, announced that the reformed Dream Syndicate will release its first album in nearly 30 years through the respected L.A. label Anti- Records.Joining Wynn will be original drummer Dennis Duck, who has carved his own fascinating path as a central figure in the improvisational collective of the Los Angeles Free Music Society.Formed as a quartet featuring Wynn, Duck, guitarist Karl Precoda and&nbsp;bassist Kendra Smith, the Dream Syndicate&rsquo;s first iteration lasted only a few years&nbsp;and became connected with the so-called Paisley Underground movement, with groups including the Rain Parade, the Bangles, the Long Ryders and the Three O&rsquo;Clock.&ldquo;The Days of Wine and Roses&rdquo;&nbsp;has gone on to be a touchstone album, its feedback-drenched, drone-heavy songs drawing fans as varied as Yo La Tengo (which regularly&nbsp;has done a searing version of &ldquo;Halloween&rdquo;), Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes and crime novelist and TV writer George Pelecanos. &nbsp;The band went through a number of iterations across four studio albums, but after going through the A&amp;M Records&rsquo; ringer during a particularly bad time and then landing&nbsp;at the fading indie Enigma, Wynn and the band split.In the years that followed, Wynn&nbsp;continued as a singer and songwriter with dozens of solo albums (some with backing group the Miracle 3). Most prominently, he&nbsp;teamed with R.E.M.&rsquo;s Mike Mills and Peter Buck and others to form the Baseball Project, which &nbsp;performs songs only about America&rsquo;s pastime.In 2012, a reformed Dream Syndicate&nbsp;toured to celebrate three decades of &ldquo;The Days of Wine and Roses,&rdquo;&nbsp;and the group has continued to perform road gigs. In the fall, the band will embark on a European tour. Joining Duck will be longtime Dream Syndicate bassist (and Miracle 3 member)&nbsp;Mark Walton and guitarist Jason Victor.The forthcoming Anti- album doesn&rsquo;t have an official release date or a title, but Wynn has written a statement on the Dream Syndicate&rsquo;s website that says it&rsquo;ll come out in September.&nbsp;It reads, in part: &ldquo;What can we tell you about our new record?&ldquo;&rdquo;Well, let&rsquo;s see. It&rsquo;s true to our history, a bounty of gifts for everyone who&rsquo;s been there since the old days and yet unlike anything we ever did before. It&rsquo;s a post-millennial existential screed that feels like RIGHT NOW and at the same time a timeless joyous thrill ride. It&rsquo;s psychedelic, it&rsquo;s rocking, it&rsquo;s garage, it&rsquo;s classic, it&rsquo;s indie and it&rsquo;s even a soul and jazz record in the most literal sense, a sonic and emotional journey to the deepest recesses of your mind. It&rsquo;s what we do on stage and yet it&rsquo;s brand new. Most of all, we dig it. A lot.&rdquo;Until it arrives, here is the reformed band performing the song &ldquo;The Days of Wine and&nbsp;Roses&rdquo;&nbsp;in 2014.