To me it sounds like you're overplaying for the context.
Those fills in the beginning might be tasty in theory but you and the drummer aren't cohesive enough to make it work 100%. For a rhythm section, you're not always acting like a unit and playing complementary things. And it sounds like he's usually ahead or on top of the beat, so you don't have much of a pocket and the fills all sound shoe-horned in.
And in the solo sections (like 5-6 min), it sounds a bit too busy, a bit too notey, like you keep pulling everything a bit too strongly in your direction during someone else's solo.
For this band, on this song (from what I can hear of it), I think you could dial back your playing a bit, let things breathe a little bit more, and you and the drummer could be tighter and deepen the groove and do a better job at getting those girls in the audience moving a bit more.
Really that's a bass player's main job. Get the women in the crowd moving. Unless maybe you're in a prog band, but then there's no women showing up anyway ha ha.