There's a band from Spain called Deers and there's a band from Montreal called The Dears. The Dears have sent their lawyers after Deers and otherwise forced them to change their name to Hinds.
Why is this? Not sure. And why did Deers just give in? Not sure. You may say that since the other bands added an "S" or an "S" and a different spelling whereas Deers and Dears are homonyms that it makes a difference. I'm not so sure. I think "The" is a pretty big differentiator. I think it's pretty lame on The Dears part. Especially since nothing they've done since the Smiths-like "Don't Lose The Faith" has really made a mark on my radar. Oh well, just my opinion.
"Castigadas en el Granero"