Started in early 2011, The Garden consists of twin brothers Wyatt & Fletcher Shears. As insanely prolific as the twin brothers in The Garden are, if you count their side projects the pair have over 50 releases in 10 years to their names, one never gets the impression that their works are tossed off. Spontaneous or freeform, perhaps, but the band’s releases always seem to have a certain askew contemplation behind them. Mirror Might Steal Your Charm, the brothers’ fifth album, underscores this with recordings that are paradoxically, among the pair’s most matured as well as most unpredictable tracks to date.
The Singles is the second greatest hits album of Savage Garden, released in Australia on 12 June 2015. Its release was in mark of the 20th anniversary of the band's signing to Roadshow Music in 1995, released through Universal who had acquired the band's catalogue due to the folding of Roadshow in 2013, and coincided with re-released expanded editions of their two studio albums Savage Garden and Affirmation. The compilation also contains a DVD featuring almost all of the band's music videos (only missing the second version of To the Moon and Back). A previously unreleased track, a demo from 1994 entitled "She", was premiered and released on 15 May and also features on the album. A limited edition of the album was released in Japan on May 25, 2016, and features an image of Josuke Higashikata from the Diamond is Unbreakable arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure after the track "I Want You" was used as the ending theme of the anime adaptation.