Though Warpaint’s actual debut was 2008’s Exquisite Corpse, the quartet has truly come into its own on The Fool, its first LP for Rough Trade. Loaded with effect-riddled guitar lines and hypnotic drum patterns, the all-girl group’s haunting vocals evoke a pseudo-psychedelic feeling (think Au Revoir Simone with a dark secret and more minor key signatures) that aligns itself with a grungy early ’90s aesthetic. Songs run the gamut from minimalist acoustic productions, like “Baby,” to tracks that incorporate reverb-drenched guitars in a far fuller production, like the self-titled “Warpaint.” With a sound that comes off as natural, Warpaint represents a much needed departure from the ubiquity of synth-pop, and The Fool is a welcome detour.