That's a really good track! I am definitely following you on SoundCloud!
Here are some quick thoughts:
Maybe thicken out the orchestration at some point with a dramatic pad?
Maybe keep the pitch-modulated lead at the same melody like you did, but every once in a while drop or raise the bass line in order to surprise and affect the listener!
Just some ideas. Great sound.
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