In the shades of SNBRN that one can get, this is what we could call a light one. And not because it's weaker than the previous ones but because it's easier and more open to different ears.
Andrew Watt's vocals do shine and instead of being overpowered by the melodies—or the other way around, they blend in perfect harmony complementing each other. The analog bass and the big piano stabs work well with vocals that are easy to the ear and catchy lyrics.
In the subtle details and instruments you will find what makes this track a winner and what ultimately avoids any chances of falling into a formula or a category. It shows the producer's diversity.