The term Foxtrot Uniform sounds more applicable to military-speak than music-making, but the Texas band using that moniker have far more than license-plate lingo going for them on their new release, Cisco (Sept. 2, 2014). Their meld of roots rock, psychedelic blues and Americana, as heard on their 2012 debut, Huj! Huj! Hajrah!, has earned critical and fan raves in Dallas and Fort Worth, where they live (the album ranked No. 3 on Fort Worth Weekly’s 2012 top 10 list). And the core trio of guitarist/vocalist Kenny Uptain, drummer/vocalist Kelly Test and keyboardist/vocalist Katie Robertson are heading out for new territories — including several Test knows from his years performing with Polyphonic Spree, Pat Green, 1100 Springs and others. “Honey Bee,” “Grab My Gun” and “Never Get Out of California” are three of the new album’s soon-to-be-buzz tracks — none of which will inspire foxtrots to break out. But they’re sure to rock fans when the band tours behind the new release this fall.