Songs like "The Heart Keeps Thinking" are big pop productions with an insatiably catchy sound. The incredibly upbeat piano paired with a surf-like rockabilly guitar in the background make for a really enjoyable sound. Not to mention all the mixing and mastering is flawless, with no sloppy recording to be found.
While I do think "psychedelic" can be an accurate term to describe some of the elements of their sound, I don't mean it in the more classical sense of the word. Songs do not sound like they're from the 1960's, they don't sound overly harsh or experimental, and they don't sound like chamber pop... rather they sound more like straight- more modern rock, with some psychedelic influences peppered in.
"It Never Works" is a good example of this in action, weird and high blip-bloop synths kind of add an answer to the low and brooding bass- as the production unfolds heavily effected samples find their way to the forefront of the sound, making for a very strange but digestible sound.
"Worker" by Cambriana is available via their Bandcamp page.