The Ukrainian indie rock band Sinoptik presented the music video for the song "White Cats". The video plot is based on the story about the Japanese girl Sadako Sasaki.
"At the time of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, 2-year-old Sadako was at home, just in a mile away from ground zero. The girl was blown out of the window, but she survived. In November 1954, Sadako developed swellings on her neck and behind her ears. Subsequently, she was diagnosed with acute malignant lymph gland leukemia. She was hospitalized on February 20, 1955, and given, at the most, a year to live. Sadako learned about the legend, according to which anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish. Legend has affected Sadako, and she began to fold cranes from all pieces of paper that she could found.Sadako health steadily deteriorated, and she died in 1955. According to legend, she made only 644 cranes. Her friends completed the work, and Sadako was buried with thousands origami."
"White Cats" was created by Kharkiv-based BORN Vision studio, which also worked on the videos for Stoned Jesus and Jinjer. The song "White Cats" will appear on Sinoptik’s upcoming album, which is set to release for winter 2015-2016.