Panthère emerges as a mysterious project from the wilderness. But wait... you may have recognized that voice already, haven't you? And as a matter of fact, Panthère is the side project of Nili Hadida, one half of the French electro-pop-folk band Lilly Wood and The Prick.
While the band is booming everywhere, partly thanks to Robin Schulz's remix of 2010 song "Prayer in C", Nili Hadida secretly decided to take us by storm. Hence, this voluptuous 80s-infused track "Storm". The result is spellbinding, addictive and the song remains in head for days. It might be explained by the duet of producers behind it: Canblaster and Sam Tiba - also known as two producers from Club Cheval - whose touch is quite perceptible.
"Storm" video has been directed by La Mine and draws its aesthetic influence back in the neon-days - a period of time that seems deared to Nili, hence Lilly Wood and the Prick's video for "Middle of the Night". It features Belgian model Yana Bovenistier in a Flashdance-esque outfit, lanscivously posing in the shadow.
Grrrr, Beware of this Panthère...