Your main guitar parts that come in right away strike me as accents more so than a main part. Especially with the hard(?) L/R panning. The modulation is nice but maybe they could use some reverb? I’m missing a sense of space in the mix. It all feels like it’s right in my face.
If you’re thinking about playing with the arrangement a bit, I would try adding an instrument that can be a bit more meaty/rythmic (like rhythm guitar or rhythm piano) and panned closer to the center, and then take your L/R guitar parts and push them back with some reverb.
I guess what I’m getting at is that I’m missing the sense of rhythm and space. I also think the track could build a little more because there’s a lot of tension there and to me it doesn’t really resolve.
I know these are vague references, but I’m thinking a bit more of a Ben Howard type treatment, or Daughter. They are both fantastic at creating rich atmospheric songs, if you’re familiar. It’s hard to pick one song because it’ll never be quite the right reference! But here’s one I heard recently from Ben Howard that I think has a great atmosphere.
Anyway I hope that’s useful!