Being the cool hipsters that we are at Huffington Post UK Comedy, we have of course spent the past few weeks tapping our feet along to the new album by Band Of Horses, Mirage Rock.
It's terribly good, but we couldn't help noticing: they don't really sound like horses. In fact, could 'Band Of Horses' be the most misleading band name of all time?
Possibly. Possibly not. In an effort to find out, we've compiled a slideshow of 20 other bands who, quite frankly, don't do what it says on their respective tins (note to selves: 'Their Respective Tins' would be a good band name). Take a look at who made the cut - and leave your suggestions for who we left out in the comments below...
None of them are eagles. If only they were, then they could maybe have escaped the Hotel California via an open window.
Disappointingly, none of them are ladies, nor naked.
Not only are they not maniacs, but there are only five of them.
Definitely people, not doors.
Couldn't be less pixie-like if they tried.
The Arctic Monkeys
Do monkeys even <em>live</em> in the Arctic? No! Misleading on so many levels.
None of them were members of the constabulary.
All of them had normal-sized faces.
Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Definitely human, not capiscums.
Disappointingly people, not a carnivorous dinosaur.
To be fair, they <em>might</em> be. But we're assuming not.
Super Furry Animals
They're pretty super, admittedly. But furry? And animals? No.
Not merely shadows, but also three-dimensional human beings.
The Black Eyed Peas
Although to be fair, actual stray cats may have sounded better.
Martha And The Muffins
Martha, yes. Muffins? No. There was only one other person in the band, and his name was Mark.
The Smashing Pumpkins
They weren't pumpkins - smashing or otherwise - nor did they ever, to our knowledge, go around smashing pumpkins. So, disappointing on two levels.
Sadly not small, edible fruit. But then they sounded all the better for that.
A Flock Of Seagulls
Although to be fair, the lead singer's hairstyle did have two wings.