Off the top of my head? No. What my sarcasm was directed towards was the awful trend of bands releasing albums with taking the plural form of a word and slapping it on as their album title. It doesn't make them look cool or introspective.
I tend to think that that's the case most of the time but I think a lot of it has to do with the industry pushing too many bands and us become jaded about it. Here, Kings
might make it look like they're trying to look cool or introspective, but there's a genuine story behind it. The album is a concept album about child abandonment, and I believe "Kings" is meant to paint a picture of these broken children's futures.